At BlackBox Startup Law we have forged a sound litigation practice, which is able to communicate complex, disruptive and innovative matters to traditional federal and state courts.


Our attorneys have a formidable track record of victories representing BlackBox’s clients in a wide array of matters, such as:

-       Privacy investigations by Mexico’s National Data Privacy Institute (Instituto Nacional de Transparencia, Acceso a la Información y Protección de Datos Personales).

-       Antitrust related proceedings before the Federal Competition Commission (Comisión Federal de Competencia Económica).

-       Claims and arbitration procedures with the Consumer Protection Agency (Procuraduría Federal del Consumidor).

-       Contractual and corporate disputes.

-       Mexican Constitutional Rights Review Process (Amparo).

-       labor lawsuits filed by former employees.


Landmark litigation

Consumer Protection Agency imposes millionaire fines to ride-sharing apps

On July 2018 Mexico’s Consumer Protection Agency (PROFECO) imposed a millionaire fine to Easy Taxi (alongside with Cabify and UBER), for allegedly incurring in false advertising and violating consumer protection laws.

BlackBox’s litigators obtained a favorable ruling that annulled the Agency’s fine, from the Thirteenth Federal Administrative Court for Serious Penalties (Decimotercera Sala Regional Metropolitana y Auxiliar en Materia de Responsabilidades Administrativas Graves).


Mexico City launches new regulations for ride-sharing apps

On October 2018 the Mobility Agency of Mexico City (SEMOVI) issued regulations that required ride-hailing applications to purchase a standard taximeter for each of their cars (the “New Regulations”).

BlackBox, representing Cabify, prepared and filed a Constitutional Rights Review Process (Amparo) and obtained a favorable decree from Mexico’s Third Federal District Court. The aforesaid court ruled that the New Regulations would not be applicable to Cabify at all.


The Barristers and the Fair Lady

The Barristers and the Fair Lady