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Chairmen: Edward H. Davis, Jr. and Gregory S. Grossman

Languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish 

Overview & History:  

Shareholders Edward H. Davis, Jr. and Gregory Grossman launched Sequor Law in April 2017, rebranding their practice after nearly 20 years specialising in international asset recovery, cross-border insolvency and financial fraud cases. Sequor Law continues to hold a niche spot in the asset recovery and cross-border insolvency markets and is recognized for its global expertise. Davis and Shareholder Arnoldo Lacayo have been recognised as experts in asset tracing and recovery. New additions to Sequor Law, shareholders Leyza Blanco and Fernando Menendez, Jr., together with Grossman, have been ranked by various publications as top insolvency and commercial litigation practitioners.

Edward H. Davis Jr., Founding Shareholder

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Gregory S. Grossman, Founding Shareholder

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Arnoldo B. Lacayo, Shareholder

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The addition of Blanco and Menendez in 2018—both of whom are native Spanish speakers—added further breadth and acumen to Sequor Law’s international insolvency and asset recovery practice.

Leyza F. Blanco, Shareholder

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Fernando J. Menendez, Jr, Partner

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Of Counsel to Sequor Law, Andrew B. Dawson, former Kauffman Legal Fellow at Harvard Law School, leverages invaluable experience in the bankruptcy and cross-border insolvency space, having clerked for both the Hon. Jane R. Roth, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, as well as the Hon. Peter J. Walsh, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

Andrew B. Dawson, Of Counsel

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Beyond its core competencies of asset recovery, bankruptcy and insolvency, financial fraud, and international commercial litigation, Sequor Law provides complementary resources, including forensic accounting and investigations support, and leverages a global network of litigation funders. Bob Lindquist –– deemed “Mr. Forensic Accounting” by ACFE Founder Joe Wells –– joined the firm as Director of Forensics, alongside Barbara Miranda, Director of Investigations at Sequor, bringing decades of experience with top global firms.

Bob Lindquist, Director of Forensics

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Barbara Miranda, Director of Investigations

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Nyana A. Miller and Cristina Vicens focus their practice on international asset recovery and financial fraud. Miller has worked on cases brought under Chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code on behalf of foreign office holders of bankrupt Latin American companies and financial institutions. Vicens is an active member of the International Law Section of the Florida Bar, serving on its Executive Council, as well as an active member in the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC). Both Miller and Vicens are fluent in Portuguese and Spanish.

Dan Coyle focuses his practice on creditor’s rights practicing in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, secured and unsecured transactions, collections, executions, asset recovery, banking operations and cross-border insolvency. Coyle regularly represents financial institutions and other creditors.

Juan J. Mendoza focuses his practice on asset recovery, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and cross-border insolvency. Mendoza’s experience includes the representation of debtors in possession, creditors and trustees in the healthcare and oil and gas industries. Mendoza is a native Spanish speaker born in Peru and was recently elected into The Florida Bar’s Inclusion, Mentoring and Fellowship Committee as one of the Business Law Section Fellows for the 2020-2022 term.

Amanda E. Finley focuses her practice on asset recovery, federal and state court litigation, defending and prosecuting actions to collect evidence for use in foreign proceedings under 28 U.S.C. § 1782, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights litigation and cross-border insolvency. Prior to joining Sequor Law, Finley served as a law clerk to the Honorable Raymond B. Ray, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of Florida, and as an intern to the Honorable Paul M. Glenn, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Middle District of Florida. Finley is a member of the Business Law Section of the Florida Bar, International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC), and was accepted into the Florida Bar Business Law Section Fellowship for 2019-2021.

Recent or impressive work:  

Sequor Law has acted in some of the world’s most significant and complex asset recovery matters, including as general counsel in the Stanford International bank Ponzi case and as lead counsel in the Onix Capital fraud matter, which originated in Santiago, Chile. The firm has commenced over 50 Chapter 15 proceedings in the U.S. to recognize insolvency cases in diverse jurisdictions. The firm has filed more Chapter 15s in Florida – and likely in the United States – than any other single law firm and has been at the forefront of many important Chapter 15 cases, including the first in the state of Florida.

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