White & Case (Mexico)

Enrique Espejel

White & Case (Mexico)
Lawyer (Partner)

As co-head of the Disputes Practice in Mexico, Enrique focuses in commercial, White Collar, compliance, technology, privacy and data protection disputes before federal and local courts. A significant portion of his work involves multijurisdictional litigation and commercial arbitration. He is widely recognized as an important figure in the bankruptcy litigation practice, with extensive experience representing both debtors and creditors in complex insolvency cases and in matters related to liquidation and distribution of the estate. Enrique coordinates the litigation strategies for Internet and technology global corporations doing business or with interests in Mexico. Among important litigation strategies for these international tech companies are representation before Mexico’s Consumer Protection Agency, the Data Protection Authority, the Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (similar to the U.S. FDA), civil and commercial courts, IP agencies and courts, prosecutors and other public regulatory agencies and authorities. His compliance and White Collar experience includes conducting internal corporate investigations and representing Mexican, US and other foreign multinational companies and their governing boards and committees in matters involving fraud, accounting and regulatory issues, often in the context of investigations and enforcement actions.

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Enrique Espejel, Henri Capin-Gally, Vicente Corta Fernández, Germán Ricardo Macías, Diego Mendoza Arrieta, Román González Melo The Mexican Competition Authority issues emergency regulations providing that the service of process of official communication and resolutions in ongoing procedures can be performed via email during the COVID-19 pandemic


Effective as of April 23, 2020 , the Mexican Competition Commission (“COFECE”) issued emergency regulations providing that, during and as long as the coronavirus pandemic is considered a health emergency, the service of process of official communication and resolutions in ongoing (...)

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