Posted by: Aura Torrez- Associate at Alvarado y Asociados

Legal Newsletter- August

Important updates you should be aware of in Nicaragua.

Summary: LAWS, DECREES, AGREEMENTS AND RESOLUTIONS PUBLISHED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE AUGUST 2019


Posted by: Claraliz Oviedo | Senior Associate at Alvarado y Asociados

The Recall of Products in Nicaragua

We all expect that a product under normal or reasonable conditions of use will not present any risk or at least minimal risks. To this effect, the supplier of a product usually offers a series of guarantees to ensure that said risks will be compatible with the use considered acceptable thereof and consistent with a high level of protection for the safety and health of the people who use or consume such products.


Posted by: Aura Torrez | Associate at Alvarado y Asociados

Legal Newsletter- June

Important updates you should be aware of in Nicaragua.

Summary: LAWS, DECREES, AGREEMENTS AND RESOLUTIONS PUBLISHED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE JUNE 2019

 


Posted by: fabiola Urbina | Senior Associate at Alvarado y Asociados

Human trafficking in Nicaragua

Human trafficking is a violation of human rights that affects millions of people around the world, without distinction of race, sex, age, religion, nationality, economic status, etc. and unfortunately our country is not exempt from being affected by this problem. Therefore, in order to have an adequate legal framework to combat trafficking in persons, Nicaragua in 2015 approved Law 896, Law against Trafficking in Persons, which was published in La Gaceta Official Gazette No. 38 of 25 February 2015, this in accordance with the constitutional mandate that provides that no one should be subjected to servitude and slavery and trafficking of any nature, are prohibited in all its forms.


Posted by: Yury Cerrato | Senior Associate at Alvarado y Asociados

Legal aspects of the international assignment of employees in Nicaragua.

In this globalized world in which we live, it is very common for companies to send their employees from one country to another, either to work for a company within the same group or for another one. In this article we will explain, from the Nicaraguan law’s point of view, the legal aspects that companies should know when deciding the legal strategy to be used for the assignment of one or more employees being transferred to Nicaragua from another country.


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