CENTRAL LAW, firm with more accolades in the corporate area

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.

Guide to an effective labor inmigration in Guatemala

We begin by reporting that on September 20, 2016, the Congress of the Republic of Guatemala approved Decree 44-2016 containing the new Immigration Code. This legislation became recently effective, and repeals the previous law dating back to 1998. At present, immigration authorities and related departments, such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Bureau of Statistics, the Ministry of Labor, and others, are carrying out the implementation of this new legislation, which should be fully implemented in a 6 to 12-month period.

Renewable Energy, a trend or an opportunity?

For a few weeks now, when talking about the question posed by the title of this short article, I often hear that renewable energies are not just a trend, but a trend that has already seen the last of its days in El Salvador. When asking about this position, arguments usually revolve around the following conclusion: "Megawatt prices are no longer attractive enough as they were before."