Practices substantial commercial litigation matters and class actions involving a wide array of complex legal issues at the Federal Courts, the Puerto Rico local courts and administrative agencies, and has also participated in significant commercial arbitration proceedings, including multiple securities claims before FINRA. He accumulated extensive experience in distribution and marketing matters, predominantly in cases relating to the Puerto Rico’s dealer and sales representatives’ protection statutes (i.e., Law 75 and Law 21). Also covers trade regulation areas (such as price discrimination and other antitrust issues), mass torts and environmental litigation, class actions, securities litigation, RICO, breach of contracts, among other types of commercial litigation.
Capital Member of O’Neill & Borges LLC. Bar Admissions: Puerto Rico, U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico and U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. He has a bachelor’s degree from The Catholic University of America and a Juris Doctor Degree from Boston University. Much involved with the Federal Bar Association, having served as President of the FBA’s Puerto Rico Chapter, which is one of the largest in the U.S., and holding various positions at the National level. He is also a Fellow of the Foundation of the Federal Bar Association.