Mr. Catalá is one of Mexico´s foremost lawyers and has solid experience in white collar crime. He has Postgraduate Studies from Universidad Panamericana, one of Mexico´s top law schools and has specialized in Mexican Criminal Law. He also has a degree from the Universidad Nuevo Mundo.
He has advised several large international corporations regarding white collar crime and has written several articles regarding the matter.
He is well know on an international and national level and has been an active participant in international organizations such as World Services Group and Lex Mundi. In 2010 he joined Fraudnet and has been offering consulting and giving advice to other members that need an understanding of the Mexican market.
He speaks Spanish and English.
Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C. specialties:
Administrative, Privatizations & Biddings, Aeronautic/Aerospacial, Antitrust, Civil & Commercial Litigation, Consumer Protection, Corporate, Contracts & Foreign Investments, Criminal Litigation, Energy, Environmental, Franchising, Health, Immigration, Intellectual Property, International Trade & Customs, Labor, Land Transportation, Maritime, Mergers & Acquisitions, Mining, Real State, Social Security, Tax, Telecommunications and Trusts.
Paseo de los Tamarindos 400-A 9° Piso Bosques de Las Lomas, Mexico City 05120
+52 55 5261 0464
English, Spanish, French and Portuguese.
Since 2000, Francisco Tiburcio has been a Mexico City partner of the law firm. His area of concentration has
been criminal law, with more than 28 years of experience in the criminal practice for the
business community in México, mainly those associated with white-collar, intellectual
property and environmental crimes, as well as in the security area and acting as attorney for
companies and/or company officials for their defense against extortions from criminal
organizations. Advisor to domestic and foreign companies, many of which are Fortune 500
He has published four books entitled “Reordenación del sistemapenitenciariomexicano”
(Restructuring of the Mexican prison system), “Neoecologismo. Políticas sociales y
jurídicas hacia el nuevo siglo” (Neo-ecologism. Legal and social policies towards the new
century), “Enfrentando a la delincuencia... y evitándose conflictos” (How to face crime and
avoiding conflicts) and “Riesgos en México. Perspectivas empresariales en la materia
penal en un entorno donde se ha intensificado la inseguridad legal y física” (Risks in
Mexico. Business perspectives on criminal matters in an environment where the physical
and legal insecurity have increased), and is also author of various articles in specialized
Tiburcio graduated from the Law School of Veracruz, the Universidad Cristobal Colon and obtained his PhD degree at the Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City. Political analysis specialist at Universidad Iberoamericana. Considered as “fantastic” by Who ́s Who, the British leading source who is one of the most respected firms that sets quality standards for the legal profession worldwide.