Basham, Ringe y Correa is one of the leading full-service law firms in Latin America. Established in Mexico in 1912, Basham draws a century of experience assisting its clients in conducting business throughout Mexico and abroad. The firm’s clients include prominent international corporations, many of them on the Fortune 500 List, medium-sized companies, financial institutions and individuals.
The firm’s large group of lawyers and support staff are committed to maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards. Constantly exposed to the international legal system, many of Basham, Ringe y Correa’s lawyers and other professionals have completed graduate studies at foreign universities and have worked at companies and law firms abroad.
Basham’s preventive and strategic advice on all types of law allows the firm to offer its clients effective, complete and timely solutions to their concerns. The firm’s in-depth knowledge and insight into the international as well as the domestic market, including economic trends and current affairs, give the firm a solid base and perspective in order to offer fully-integrated and tailored solutions to every client.
Every client expects objective and efficient solutions which can be trusted and relied upon. Basham’s lawyers are highly experienced and recognized leaders in their fields.
The firm has regulatory and practical expertise in all areas of modern practice and advises clients on investment, joint ventures, domestic and international tax planning, in-bond manufacturing (maquiladoras), tax, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and contracts, antitrust, banking and finance, securities, bankruptcy, trusts, insurance, business organizations, international trade, NAFTA and WTO matters, anti-dumping duties, intellectual property, administrative law, public bidding, privatizations, government regulations, immigration, labor, social security, consumer protection, environmental law, health, energy, telecommunications, air, land, and maritime transportation, tourism, civil and commercial litigation, arbitration, criminal law, estate planning, real estate and agrarian matters.