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Pedro A. Hernandez-Freire - San Juan, PR

Professional Office Park II1001 San Roberto StreetSuite 201 Monacillos Ward San Juan, PR 00910 - 1750

Updated: 08/11/2021

Overview

Mr. Hernández-Freire joined Delgado Fernández, LLC on 2010 as a Law Clerk. After concluding his law studies, Mr. Hernández-Freire became an Associate Attorney in the Litigation Department at Delgado Fernández, LLC in 2012. He represents clients in securities litigation and arbitration, commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters. He also counsels clients in the wide array of investment tax incentives existing under Puerto Rico law.

Mr...

Mr. Hernández-Freire joined Delgado Fernández, LLC on 2010 as a Law Clerk. After concluding his law studies, Mr. Hernández-Freire became an Associate Attorney in the Litigation Department at Delgado Fernández, LLC in 2012. He represents clients in securities litigation and arbitration, commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters. He also counsels clients in the wide array of investment tax incentives existing under Puerto Rico law.

Mr. Hernández-Freire has obtained vast experience into the intricacies of
arbitration proceedings before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

Mr. Hernández-Freire is also a Notary Public.

Mr. Hernández-Freire is fluent in both English and Spanish.

About Pedro A. Hernandez-Freire

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Member

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
  • U.S. District Court District of Puerto Rico

Other Affiliations

  • Puerto Rico Bar Association

Education

  • University of Puerto Rico Law School, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2012
    J.D.
  • The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, 2009
    Major: Finance and Real Estate

Office Information

Address

Professional Office Park II1001 San Roberto StreetSuite 201 Monacillos Ward San Juan, PR 00910 - 1750

Fax

  • (787) 764-8241
  • (787) 274-1848

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