Francisco J Tiburcio Celorio is partner of the criminal area of Basham Ringe y Correa, SC, one of the oldest and most recognised firm in Latin America. He has practised for more of 28 years in criminal matter, focused to all criminal issues related mainly with the business community, among others white-collar crimes, those linked to industrial and intellectual property, recovery assets and the related to environmental law, offering advise to international and national corporations in the battle to crimes suffered by these and to face illegal actions against them, as well as in industrial security matters. Also, he has participated in several cases related with pro bono activities through the Basham’s Foundation.
Mr Tiburcio got his professional degree in the Cristobal Colon University in the state of Veracruz. Subsequently, he got his doctorate in law by the Panamericana University in Mexico City, as well as the specialty of politic analysis. He has been professor of criminal matter in several universities and lecturer in multiple business forums and organisations dedicated to study and fight of delinquency.
Aside from being author of various articles in specialised magazines and newspapers, he has written four works, Reorder of the Mexican Prison System, Neoecologism: Juridical and Social Policies toward the New Century, Facing Crime… and Avoiding Conflicts and Risks in Mexico. Company Perspectives in Criminal Matters in an Environment Where Legal and Physical Insecurity have Intensified.
The most important cases he has attended in Mexico can be reviewed on the Basham website.
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