"When introducing certain technological devices and telecommunication equipment to the Nicaraguan market, certain companies usually encounter legal obstacles because they do not take into account certain regulations related to the authorization for the importation, commercialization and use of devices or equipment in Nicaragua. These obstacles usually cause considerable loss of time, which could be prevented if a strategic planning is made that takes into account the national legislation that affects them [...]"
This January 31, 2018 will enter into force Legislative Decree No. 760, approved by the Congress on August 28 of last year, which contains the new Law of Contentious Administrative Jurisdiction (hereinafter "LJCA"), which abrogate and replaces the one in force since 1978. The new law has significant improvements in terms to facilitate the access to judicial instances, greater scope of matters that may be subject to its decision, more expeditious proceedings, mandatory intervention through lawyers and oral hearings [...].
Congrats to Sandra for this new position in such an important Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the country!
Juan Pablo Carrasco, Partner Head of Foreign Investment at CENTRAL LAW and current AmCham President and AACCLA´s Vicepresident, has travelled to South Korea to participate as a speaker in the conference Korea-Americas Energy Cooperation Seminar hold today in Seoul.
CENTRAL LAW has been recognized by magazine “America Economia – July 2017 edition” as the law firm with offices in Central America, Panama and Dominican Republic with more distinctions in the corporate law area.
The firm is distinguished by international directories such as Chambers and Partners Latin America and Global, Legal 500 and IFLR 1000 in the areas of Corporate Commercial, Corporate Finance and Corporate M&A.