U.S. and Mexico Sign Trucking Agreement

July 7, 2011

Officials from the United States and Mexico signed an agreement this past Wednesday that will open up each country’s highways to trucks from its neighbor. The agreement represents the overdue implementation of a provision of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that was signed nearly two decades ago. The original NAFTA agreement called for…

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Mexico Hires New York Law Firm to Sue U.S. Gun Manufacturers

April 26, 2011

Mexico, being frustrated with U.S. attempts to stop the flow of weapons into Mexico (amounting to 2,000 smuggled guns a day), engaged Reid Collins & Tsai in November 2010 to explore filing civil charges against U.S. gun manufacturers and distributors. Reid Collins & Tsai, a boutique trial firm, based in New York, practices complex commercial…

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