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Noticias legales, percepciones y tips legales dados por expertos en el ámbito legal para ayudar a la comunidad binacional a mantenerse informada sobre los temas legales más recientes que son enteramente definidos por noticias legales significativas locales, regionales, nacionales y de alrededor del mundo

January, 2021

  • 15 January

    Health as a human right

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, social activist, philanthropist, and law professor. Within the framework of this edition, it is important to recognize health as a human right, which is stated in the Mexican constitution, as well as in other countries, and recognized worldwide through international treaties. The right to …

December, 2020

  • 23 December

    Haitian Family Reunification Parole and Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Programs to be Terminated

    WASHINGTON, D.C.- In keeping with the agency’s August 2019 announcement, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services today announced a Federal Register notice requesting public comments on revisions to Form I-131, Application for Travel Document to remove sections relating to the Haitian Family Reunification Parole (HFRP) and the Filipino World War II Veterans (FWVP) Parole programs. The notice will formally publish on Dec. …

  • 21 December

    Industry, education and the law

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, social activist, philanthropist, and law professor. Within the framework of this edition, where we reflect on the association between industry and education, it is important to highlight the parameters in which law is involved in the relations of these sectors. It is important to …

  • 10 December

    How is Software Protected?

    By: Jaime Davila Gomez, Attorney In Mexico, the software is considered a work protected by copyright, so all the provisions of the Federal Copyright Law apply to it, including those that speak of the principle of automatic protection that establishes that the works and their authors (creators) have their rights …

  • 4 December

    Importance of statutory audit

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney and law professor. Nowadays, constant learning is a necessity in any specific area of ​​knowledge, and also in an interdisciplinary way between two or more other branches of knowledge, corporations need to form the bases to know about the statutory audit, which consists of …

November, 2020

  • 11 November

    Coparmex points out illegality and unconstitutionality

    -Editorial Mexicali, B.C.- In recent days a decree was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF) that explains the cut to the bonus for federal workers. Due to this, Coparmex released a statement in which this action is classified as a serious violation of human rights. This presidential …

October, 2020

  • 23 October

    Part 2. Strengthening of the culture of lawfulness in the educational process

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney and law professor. Special Collaboration: Fernando Manuel Castro Figueroa, attorney and law professor, and Dr. Marina del Pilar Olmeda García, Doctor of Law, researcher, and law professor. Following up on the article from the last edition, where we discussed the culture of lawfulness in …

September, 2020

  • 28 September

    Trump Introduced Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court Nominee

    -Editorial President Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to be a judge at the Supreme Court. In a ceremony at the Rose Garden, Trump said he nominated her due to her qualifications and experience. Trump said she will follow the law and the constitution. Last Saturday, Trump nominated Barrett to …

  • 18 September

    Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, died at 87

    -Editorial Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court justice who was as pioneering as she was brash, died on Friday, the court said. She was 87.  The court said the Ginsburg died “surrounded by her family at her home in Washington, D.C., due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer.” This will …

  • 1 September

    Judge Orders New Jersey Farm to Pay Back Wages and Penalties Following Labor Investigation

    -Editorial A judge in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ) has ordered a Harrisonville, New Jersey, tomato farm to pay $49,423 in back wages to 62 farmworkers, the majority of which the employer recruited from Mexico as temporary foreign workers on H-2A visas. The judge …

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