The Second Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation held unconstitutional the requirement of crediting the specialization character towards registering with the Registry of Providers of Specialized Services or Specialized Works (Registro de Prestadoras de Servicios Especializados u Obras Especializadas or REPSE by its acronym in Spanish).

The decision was based on the argument that the purpose of the registry and implementation mentioned in Article 15 of the Federal Labor Law, related to the Registry of Specialized Service Providers or Specialized Works, was not to vest the Labor Ministry with the  authority to grant authorization or license for subcontracting activities or specialized work services, instead, it aimed solely to implement a reliable registry allowing the identification of registered subcontractors and the services or works they outsource.

The Attorneys of the Firm are at your service to provide information, advice, and necessary support regarding REPSE registration and any other legal matters of your interest.


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Javier Canseco / [email protected]
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Roberto Álvarez Malo / [email protected]
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Antonio Flores / [email protected]
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Elisa Cortés / [email protected]
Eduardo Cortés / [email protected]
Gustavo Carrillo / [email protected]
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