Two Latino U.S. senators could have key roles in reforming Telephone Consumer Protection Act

U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ted Cruz (R-TX), both Latinos, may play a pivotal role Wednesday in determining the outcome of what some view as an initiative to protect American businesses from costly lawsuits. The two senators, who sit on the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee, are set to hear testimony advocating reform of an anti-telemarketing law, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Read More »

Global Small & Medium Enterprises Ministerial draws business leaders from around the world to Colombia

The Global Small & Medium Enterprises Ministerial recently held its second annual session, which coincided with the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Colombia. U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet launched the event, which drew representatives from several international organizations and 15 nations. Read More »

Father and son rejoin Thompson & Knight law firm in Monterrey

Full-service law firm Thompson & Knight recently welcomed back a father and son attorney team to its Monterrey-based corporate and securities practice group. Alejandro F. Sanchez Mujica will become the firm's senior counsel, while his son Alejandro A. Sanchez-Mujica A. will serve as counsel. Both are licensed to practice law in Mexico and are fluent in English and Spanish. Read More »

G6 Hospitality continues expansion into Latin America

G6 Hospitality will open its second Studio 6 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and its first Hotel 6 property in Santa Cruz, Bolivia; Studio 6 is expected to be open in 2016 and will be located near beaches and historical sites in Puerto Vallarta, and it will offer guests 115 fully equipped suites, including an expanded working area, premium channels, laundry and various other facilities that will be provided for an accessible price. Read More »