Doing Business In… 2022
The legal system in the Dominican Republic is civil law. Its origins can be traced to the proclamation of the Constitution in 1844 that established the nation as a republican state
Nationally Determined Contributions: Updates on Mangroves as a Nature-Based Solution
The threat of severe weather-related events that many countries will and are enduring due to climate change has motivated them to protect their natural defenses (i.e., ecosystems).
La exclusividad de NFTs y su apuesta a la titularidad de activos intangibles
El concepto de non-fungible tokens (en lo adelante “NFTs”), ha despertado la imaginación de los usuarios del internet, materializando la venta de cualquier tipo de activo bajo este concepto.
Oil and Gas Law Review
The Dominican Republic is considered a frontier region with promising potential for the upstream oil and gas industry, mainly because of its geological setting and the long-known presence of crude in the subsoil.
The Labour Code was first enacted in 1992 and over the past few years there have been discus-sions among representatives of employers and employees regarding the possible amendment of certain provisions, however, no agreement has yet been reached.
Guide to Arbitration Places – Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic occupies the eastern two-thirds of the Caribbean Island of Hispaniola, which it
shares with Haiti.
Jiménez Peña advised Unilever to expand its business in the Dominican Republic
Jiménez Peña (JP) advised Unilever in the structuring of a distribution relationship between Unilever Caribe and César Iglesias. Unilever is one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies with presence in more than 190 countries, and over 400 brands. This agreement with César Iglesias, a Dominican company dedicated to the manufacture and marketing of mass […]
JCP Contributes Dominican Anti-Corruption Chapter to Getting the Deal Through
Getting the Deal Through publications are international guides, each focusing on a distinct area of law, policy, or industry.
President Danilo Medina designates Marcos Peña Rodriguez as member of the Board of Directors of Indotel
El presidente Danilo Medina designó tres miembros del Consejo Directivo de Indotel. Lo hizo mediante el decreto 276-16 emitido hoy. Ellos son Fabricio Gómez Mazara, Marcos Peña Rodríguez y Nelson José Guillén Bello. Gómez Mazara representará a las empresas prestadoras de servicios públicos finales de telecomunicaciones. Peña Rodríguez hará lo propio con las empresas prestadoras de servicios […]
Monte Plata Solar, the first photovoltaic plant in the country
Monte Plata, a photovoltaic solar array was officially inaugurated in the presence of the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina. This is great news for the firm and the country, our client; General Energy Solutions has inaugurated the biggest Photovoltaic energy company of the Caribbean, beginning with 30MW expansible to 60MW. The team of […]