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Firma con el artículo más leído en Mayo 2018.

Firma con el artículo más leído en México, mayo 2018.

Vía Mondaq / Junio 2018

 

 

 

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En mayo de 2018 BGBG Abogados ha sido reconocida como la firma con el artículo más leído en México por Mondaq. Se trata de un artículo de relevancia internacional, ya que aunque el GDPR aplica dentro de la Unión Europea, tiene impacto fuera de ella, en el artículo se analiza el caso de México.

 

Felicidades al área de Protección de Datos Personales y Privacidad y a nuestro socio y director del área Héctor Guzmán Rodríguez por aportar contenidos valiosos a este tema de gran relevancia internacional.

 

 


 

 

Every month Mondaq publishes hundreds of articles by contributing firms from over 80 countries around the world. Award winners beat off strong competition and Mondaq extends our congratulations for the following award.

 

Contributor With Most Popular Article In Mexico  During the Month of May 2018-
Is GDPR Actually Impacting Outside The UE? The Mexico Case (Mexico) from BGBG Abogados won the award for this category.*-At the end of every month, for each country, Mondaq analyses which articles were read the most by our registered business readers: ‘The Most Popular Article’. The reader may have come upon the article either on the Mondaq site, www.mondaq.com, via our personalised newsletters, or via one of our feeds to 3rd party sites. All readership for this article consists of real, identified individuals and no anonymous readers are included in the conferral of this award. Whilst Mondaq also distributes the same articles through major business systems like Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw, and Reuters we cannot track readership of articles through these systems and they therefore do not figure in the presentation of the award. Finally, ‘country’ is determined by the categorization of the article not the contributor e.g. if a US firm writes an article on an aspect of French commercial law the article is eligible for the French and not US award scheme.