Member of Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C. since 2007; his practice has been developed generally in the areas of Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Restructures, Cross-Border & International Transactions, Liquidations, Private International and Corporate Legislation, Contracts, Foreign Investment, Lobbying and Governmental Relations, Strategic Associations, Joint Ventures, Investments, Compliance and corporate matters related with Anti-Money Laundering issues, and Real Estate.
Mr. Flores has collaborated in Basham´s office in Queretaro, as well as in Leon´s office, being the attorney responsible of the latest since its opening on January 2018.
Speaker in several academic and business events.
Graduated from the Law School of the University of the State of Queretaro; and has taken the following graduated studies in the Postgraduate Division of the same University, with outstanding grades:
•Graduated Studies in Tax Law.
•Graduated Studies in Corporate Law.
•Masters in Administration.
Additionally, Mr. Flores took a:
•Legal-English diploma course in Mexico City´s Escuela Libre de Derecho.
•Program on USA Law and International Corporate Law in the Center for American and International Law in Dallas, Texas, USA.
PROFFESIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS
Member of the International Bar Association (IBA).
Member of the Advisory Board of the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law (SWIICL), based in Dallas, Texas, USA.
Member of the Institute for Trasnational Arbitration (ITA), based in Dallas, Texas, USA. Member and active participant of the United States - Mexico Bar Association (USMBA).
Member and active participant of the Executives of Industrial Relationships Associa- tion (AERI).
Member and active participant of the German Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, Bajio´s Chapter (CAMEXA).
Member and active participant of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industryof México, A.C. Bajio´s Chapter.
Appointed as first Country Coordinator for Mexico of the Center for American and International Law, and as Mexico´s representative for the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law (based in Dallas), for the period of 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Organizer / Coordinator of the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law´s 1st Annual Workshop in Mexico: “USA – Mexico´s Cross-Border transactions. Building bridges for prosperity.”
Organizer /Coordinator of the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law´s 2nd Annual Workshop in Mexico: “NAFTA 2.0 & the Legal and Business Aspects of the Automotive Industry.”
Has published articles in several magazines, among others, in Negocios PROMEXICO Magazine, Evolución Empresarial Coparmex, as well as in the USMBA´s Newsletter.
Law programs advisor at the Universidad de la Salle Bajío (Campus León).
Law programs advisor at the Universidad Iberoamericana León.
Spanish and English.