Arbitration regulation in Mexico has not changed since 2011, when there was significant reform. During this relatively short period of time, the legal framework has remained stable.
A.2 Trends and Tendencies
As discussed in the 2014 Arbitration Yearbook, reforms to the Amparo Law3 that took place during 2013 made it possible to bring constitutional challenges against private entities or individuals that perform activities equivalent to those performed by government authorities. This new feature of the amended Amparo Law has been used to sue arbitrators and to challenge awards on the basis that the award violated the fundamental or human rights of the losing party.