Born in Mexico City, Federal District, obtained a law degree at Universidad Anáhuac del Norte.
Certificate in public broker services, at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Certificate in American Corporate Entities, at Universidad Anáhuac del Norte.
Certificate in Right to Strike, at Barra Latinoamericana de Abogados.
Interview and Examination Technique in Criminal Procedures workshop at Universidad Anáhuac, in cooperation with the Cultural and Informative Service of the United States Embassy and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Teacher in Commercial Contracts at Universidad Anáhuac del Norte.
Participates in refresher courses on tax matters every year on various subjects such as: Tax Reforms and Miscellaneous, Employee-like Worker Tax Treatment, Partnerships and Non-Profit Associations, Tax-exempt Corporate Entities, Individuals and General Rules, Non-Resident Companies, among others.
Member of the Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados, A.C.
Member of the International Bar Association.
Member of the Latin American Bar Association.
Is the founding partner of García & Romo, S.C. and is currently the firm’s managing partner.
Specializes in Corporate, Real Estate, Tax and Financial Law; i.e.: construction contracts, trusts, acquisitions, national and international purchase agreements, distribution agreements.
Has extensive experience as a business negotiator and intermediary.
Has been a member of the of the Board of Trustees of Comunidad Sefaradi A. C. from 2000 to 2014 and has held different positions and managed various projects, such as the amendment of the association’s bylaws, trust restructuring and modification, as well as self-regulation and the implementation of a corporate governance and currently serves as Vice President.
During the last ten years, he has headed various altruistic projects such as CADIS, an acronym that stands for Sephardic Integral Development Center Centro de Desarrollo Integral Sefaradí, currently the institution has over 60 professionals ranging among psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health technicians, dieticians, administrators, attorneys and others who provide their time either without a cost or at a very low cost with the intent of generating a change in the life of CADIS beneficiaries that implies learning which translates into a substantial improvement of the quality of life.
He is also a member and/or consultant of the Administrative Council and Technical Committee of certain institutions that make up the private and public Trust and Financial System.
He is currently studying a Doctorate in "Corporate Rights" at Universidad Anáhuac del Norte y la Universidad complutense de Madrid, España.
Member of the INTA (International Trademark Association).