Pablo Vinageras joined White & Case in 2012. His practice has focused on constitutional and administrative litigation, antitrust, telecommunications and regulatory matters.
Prior to joining White & Case, Pablo worked for a prestigious Mexican law firm specializing in criminal law.
Significant recent experience includes representation of:
A concessionaire of telecommunications services in the amparo proceedings brought by the Predominant Economic Agent against the declarations of predominance issued by the Federal Telecommunications Institute.
A company in the decorative coatings and Paint manufacturing industry against the determination issued by the Federal Antitrust Commission to declare it with substantial market power.
A company of the poultry industry against the ruling issued by the Federal Antitrust Commission to impose a major fine on the company for the alleged practice of collusion with its competitors to fix the price of poultry paid by ordinary consumers.
A mobile operator against the rulings of the telecommunications regulator to determine interconnection rates with other providers of telecommunication services.
A concessionaire of rail services against several acts of the Ministry of Communications and Transport, its main competitors and debtors.