is a counsellor at Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C., heading the administrative law area of the firm. His main areas of concentration include government procurement; agreements with regulatory agencies; concession of federal property; expropriation of private property; federal, state, and municipal utilities; urban development; water law; agrarian law; health law; environmental law; civil liability; anti-corruption practice, money laundering and administrative liability of public servants; and human rights. He has also been involved in municipal, state, and federal administrative law proceedings and court action, and in constitutional remedies and litigation before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (headquartered in Washington, DC).
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