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Top Guayanilla Employment Lawyers - Puerto Rico

WE ONLY REFPRESENT FEDERAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES!   We handle all MSPB, EEO, OWCP, DISCIPLINE & INVESTIGATION CASES NATIONWIDE! We are dedicated to defending federal government employees' rights to a workplace free from wrongful, retaliatory and discriminatory actions.  Bobby Devadoss is an experienced and hardworking attorney with a significant background in handling a wide variety of...

  • Delgado | Fernandez LLC., is a full-service law firm established in 1997 and located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. We provide legal services to business and business owners with major areas of practice that include, state and federal litigation, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, employment and labor law, securities regulation and arbitration, distributors' rights, franchising and commercial, mergers...

  • Goldman Antonetti & Cordova, LLC (GAC) is a law firm with a diversified practice, serving local, national and international clients involved in business transactions and litigation in Puerto Rico. Our lawyers provide representation before federal and Puerto Rico courts, as well as before government agencies. We also assist clients in domestic and foreign negotiations and transactions,...

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    Providing dedicated business and commercial law services, Benítez Ortiz Law, LLC, serves clients in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and throughout the surrounding area. Recognizing the unique challenges faced by business owners and operators on the island, our law firm offers focused counsel aimed at helping clients achieve effective and efficient resolutions to their legal issues. We represent...

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Credentials - How long has the lawyer been in practice?  Has the lawyer worked on other cases similar to yours?
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  • Determine the seriousness of complaints/issues which could range from late bar fees to more serious issues requiring disciplinary action.