Costa Rica's top court agrees to hear Uber complaint
Monday, February 22, 2016
Costa Rica’s highest court agreed to hear a constitutional complaint this week that advocates of the ride-hailing service Uber believe could legalize it and similar services in Costa Rica.
The court that it would review a 2015 complaint filed by Libertarian Party lawmakers. While it debates the case, punishment for providing private transportation deemed illegal under Costa Rican law has been suspended.
Source: Tico Times