Amilcar Peredo chairs the antitrust practice at BASHAM RINGE Y CORREA SC, which includes fellow partner Rodolfo Barreda, one counsel, Fernanda Garza, one Senior Associate, Leon Jiménez and three more lawyers.
Peredo led the team that advised Tiffany acquisition by LVMH. The firm also represented Sanderson Farms its acquisition by Cargill and Continental. In other matters, Basham Ringe successfully acted for Panasonic in reducing a €2.1 million fine imposed by COFECE for gun jumping by nearly 90% in April 2019. The competition team is also representing Volkswagen AG in various antitrust matters.
Basham, Ringe y Correa is a full service law firm with strong presence in Latin America. Basham established in Mexico in 1912, has more than 100 years of experience assisting clients in doing business throughout Mexico and abroad.
The firm’s clients include financial institutions, individuals, medium-sized companies and prominent international corporations, such as the The Coca-Cola Company, PPG Industries, Crown Group, Sanfer Group, Kia Motors, GlaxoSmithKline, Wal Mart, America Movil, Herbalife, among others.
The firm’s large group of lawyers and support staff are committed to maintain the highest professional and ethical standards. In addition, Basham’s lawyers actively participate in worldwide associations, as well as in international transactions. This in turn improves the firm’s growing capacity to serve its clients by constantly adjusting to the dynamics of the global business environment for over a century.
The high level of specialization and development of each department of the firm, together with the coordination and support of the different practice areas, plus the in-depth knowledge of markets and economic trends provide the firm’s clients with innovative, practical and timely solutions with legal and business insight.’