Comprising South America, Central America, and Mexico, the Latin America Law Portal is positioned to take advantage of the latest E-Commerce Law developments and regulations emanating from the region. With very active policy changes, and newly carved out interpretations of the law applying to online business activity, the portal is a vibrant and informative location for keeping informed on compliance. Information is available from a variety of resources, including sample summaries. These summaries are available in their entirety via multiple subscription options.
Information available in the Latin America Law Portal:
- The Latest News - To get the latest international E-Commerce law news sourced directly from governments' offices and international organizations
- Internet Law and Regulations – Business and legal categories with indexed content and sample summaries (Additional summaries available through paid subscription to the portal)
- Law Resource Guide – Regulations, laws, and access to Latin America government material
- Charter Partners – Links to the experts who write the Internet Law summaries for the portal
Please visit IBLS Latin America Law Portal at: IBLS Law Latin America
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