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Admitted to practice law in 1978. He is the president and managing director of the firm. His main practice areas are representing clients in the financial services industry in Secured Commercial and Real Estate transactions, providing opinions in complex Notary and Mortgage Law matters and supporting the firm in general Commercial and Banking Litigation.
Is a licensed attorney to practice law in Puerto Rico. He is a Shareholder at Correa-Acevedo & Abesada, P.S.C. Mr. Abesada is the head of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Since 2006, he has been an adjunct professor at the Inter American University, School of Law teaching American Common Law Torts, Civil Law Torts, Federal Jurisdiction, and Federal Appeals.
Admitted to practice law in 2000. She is a shareholder and the Head of the Commercial and Real Estate Transactions group. Her main practice areas are Secured Commercial and Real Estate transactions and providing clients with opinions in Notary and Mortgage Law matters.
Admitted to practice in 2009. She is an income partner of the firm. Besides having experience in commercial foreclosure, lenders liability and banking, her main practice area is employment law. Her labor practice concentrates on diverse topics, including wrongful termination, employment discrimination, labor unions, wages and hours, retaliation, sexual harassment, reasonable accommodation, defamation, and other employment-related contracts and torts.
Admitted to practice in 2012. She is an associate of the firm. For the last five years her main practice area have been in commercial and residential foreclosures, commercial loan settlement transactions and lenders liability disputes. Noelia also has experience in employment law cases. Before becoming a lawyer, she was a Paralegal during seven years for two employment law firms and her double major bachelor’s degree includes a Human Resources major.