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Resolution 98/2024 issued by the Secretary of Commerce and Industry was published today in the Official Gazette and enters into force, approving the “Regulations for the Execution of the Leniency Program” (hereinafter “the Regulations”) provided for in Chapter VIII of the Law on the Defense of Competition No 27,442 (hereinafter, “the Law”).

Given the magnitude of the damage caused by the floods, it is imperative to analyze the impacts of these events on workers’ lives and understand the necessary measures to mitigate the adverse effects.

These and other topics are included in the 6th edition of our Mining Report, prepared by the Natural Resources team of PPO Abogados, led by partner Mattias Garrón.

Decree 385/24 provided for the application of the PAIS tax for the payment of obligations for profits and dividends.

The National Authority for the Protection of Personal Data (“ANPD”) published today a Resolution that establishes the “Regulation for the Communication of Security Incidents” (“Regulation”).

SENASA Resolution No 431/2024 approved the new procedure for registering products in the National Registry of Fertilizers, Amendments, Conditioners, Substrates, Protectors, and Raw Materials, aimed at those engaged in their preparation, import, export, possession, fractionation, distribution, and sale.

Congratulations to our eight member firms recognized in The Legal 500 Latin America Guide 2024.

What you need to know about the new Communication “A” 7990 of the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic.

On 11/4/2024, General Resolution 13/2024 issued by the General Inspectorate of Justice was published, which mandates that organizations must now ensure that their administrative body and supervisory body, as the case may be, have a composition that includes the same number of women and men, or a minimum of one-third of women when the amount to be covered is an odd number.

The General Inspectorate of Justice (IGJ) recently published General Resolutions No-11/2024 and No-12/2024, which relax several requirements for SAS.

Congratulations to the ten lawyers at Cascione Advogados who have been ranked across a variety of practices in the Chambers Brazil 2024 Guide. This includes one “Associate to watch” and one “Up and Coming” practitioner.

CADE court closes administrative case on national water meter cartel and discusses the valuation of evidence.

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