Monday, 29 November, 2021

M&A in the Spanish Gambling Market


Tribune by Xavier Muñoz, partner at ECIJA, for Gambling Insider. The Spanish gambling and betting market was regulated in 2011 by Law 13/2011 and a series of statutory regulations. There are currently around 80 operators holding gambling licences and around65 actively offering their online gambling and betting services in Spain. The third window for the […]

Friday, 19 November, 2021

Costa Rica: How Does Costa Rica’s Mandatory Vaccination Policy Compare with Other Countries?


Tribune by Daniel Valverde, ECIJA Costa Rica partner at Nearshore Americas Costa Rica’s Ministry of Health surprised the country when, at the end of September 2021,  it announced that the National Commission of Vaccination, a technical and independent body within the ministry, had approved the enforcement of mandatory Covid-19 vaccination for all public servants, and authorized private […]

Monday, 11 October, 2021

Mexico | Bill for constitutional energy reform


On September 30, 2021, was filed a presidential initiative to reform the constitution regarding electricity and natural resources; it is of relevance to highlight its most important aspects. The President of the Republic submitted to in the Chamber of Deputies the “Initiative to amend articles 25, 27 and 28 of the Political Constitution of the […]

Friday, 1 October, 2021

Noticel | Puerto Rico: the last selfi

Articles, ECIJA in the media

Column by Jaime Sanabria, partner of ECIJA Puerto Rico in the media Noticel. Social networks have widened the margin of freedom that people have to express themselves, but also the field for them to make mistakes. Frequently, it happens that too many people, driven by an externalisation of their vital insignificance, build a scenario where […]

Thursday, 23 September, 2021

Costa Rica: About the regulation of cryptocurrencies


Mauricio París, Regional Manager of ECIJA in Costa Rica, explains the details  of the new Salvadoran regulation of cryptocurrencies in the media outlet E&N and emphasizes that: “the media effect of the Bitcoin Law in El Salvador cannot be denied”.   Keep reading here.