Thursday, 16 September, 2021

Chile | Four difficult challenges for renewable energies


Álvaro Andrade, lawyer at ECIJA in Chile, writes at the media outlet Mercurio Legal about renewable energies and the ambitious goals that states want to achieve by 2050.  Andrade explains the challenges and horizons facing renewable energies in Chile.  

Thursday, 16 September, 2021

Byte | SDGs: Digital divide, technology and climate change


Column by Victor Moralo, ECIJA’s Urbanism and Environment partner at Byte. “On 15 September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly unanimously approved the resolution “Transforming our world: 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, which set 17 Sustainable Development Goals”, SDGs, which mark the path agreed by all nations to transform our world on 5 essential pillars: […]

Monday, 13 September, 2021

The figure of the vulnerable consumer to light bills of RD 1/2021 of January 19th


MªLuz Núñez,  ECIJA´s Lawyer, for Economist & Jurist. Since Covid-19 started, social division around electrical bills has worsened and affected even more the consumer sector. The European Union addresses this situation trying to protect consumers with special conditions to make decisions in their preferences and needs.   Continue reading here.      

Thursday, 2 September, 2021

Mexico | Reforms to the civil code and the law of notaries in Mexico City


In regards of granting digital wills, digital content of legacies and others in the field of contracts and civil societies. On August 4, 2021, decrees were published in the Official Gazette of Mexico City (CDMX), which reform and add different provisions to the Civil Code CDMX and the Law of Notaries CDMX, with respect to […]

Friday, 20 August, 2021

Mexico: New form of jurisprudence creation


On March 11, 2021, the decree reforming various articles of the Mexican Constitution was published in the Official Journal of the Federation, with the aim, among others, of establishing a new way of creating jurisprudence by the Supreme Court of Justice and other bodies of the Federal Judiciary.   A)    PREAMBLE  Jurisprudence is a mechanism, […]

Friday, 16 July, 2021

Costa Rica: The Right to Disconnect: A Human Right?

Articles, ECIJA in the media

The media Nearshore Americas reports Daniel Valverde’s opinion. In March 2020,  countries around the world authorized lockdowns to stem the spread of Covid-19. In response, many workplaces decided to apply work-from-home schemes almost immediately to keep businesses open and avoid a severe loss of jobs. Practically overnight, even the most teleworking-reluctant employer or employee was now forced […]