Bridging Legal Borders

A Law Firm for North America

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CCN guides international clients doing business in Mexico and Texas

Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton (“CCN”) is an international law firm based in San Antonio, with additional offices in Austin and McAllen, Texas, and throughout Mexico in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Queretaro, Ciudad Juarez, Reynosa and Matamoros. CCN’s attorneys are bicultural, bilingual and are licensed to practice in the U.S. and Mexico.  The firm helps international clients navigate a broad range of legal issues in the increasingly integrated North American market. CCN’s clients include large global companies, as well as small and medium-size businesses, which the firm advises in a wide array of practice areas in both the United States and Mexico.

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The Legal Separation of Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission

The constitutional energy reforms enacted in Mexico in late 2013, mandated Congress to grant the Department of Energy (known by its Spanish acronym as “SENER”) the authority to establish rules strictly separating certain activities of the electricity sector in order to promote open access and efficient operation, and to monitor its compliance. Since then, the bases for the disaggregation of the sector’s value chain activities have been established, aimed to serve as a fundamental component of ensuring effective competition.   The Electric Industry Law (known by its Spanish acronym as “LIE”) of 2014 provided that the activities of generation, transmission, distribution, commercialization and supply of primary products should be performed independently, under a strict regime of legal separation. Further, when … read more