International Law Firm in Miami, Florida
Other Offices: Buenos Aires Sao Paulo Santiago Shanghai Bogota Frankfurt Mexico City Dubai Manhattan, NY Caracas
Law Firm OverviewDiaz Reus is a global legal practice focused on national and transnational parallel proceedings and transactions in the following broad areas: Sovereign, trade, commerce, finance, and fraud; civil litigation and arbitration; asset identification, location, tracing, and recovery; white collar crime, regulatory, and criminal investigations and defense in matters of corruption, bribery, money laundering, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, OFAC, Specially Designated Nationals, and the Bank Secrecy Act; and politically sensitive investigations including the recovery of U.S. immigration status and visas.
Serving U.S.-based and global clients, including multinational corporations, government entities, public officials, financial institutions, and high-net-worth individuals, Diaz Reus is an enterprising, emerging-markets law firm dedicated to protecting clients’ assets and stability.
From fourteen offices, located in Miami, Los Angeles, New York, Shanghai, Dubai, Frankfurt, and throughout Latin America, our multicultural lawyers operate seamlessly in international boardrooms, courts and arbitral tribunals, giving our clients access to global legal counsel.
The Diaz Reus international lawyers, solicitors, and consultants speak English, Spanish, Catalan, Czech, Mandarin Chinese, Shanghainese, Japanese, Arabic, Hindi, Italian, French, Portuguese, and German.
Year this Office was Established: 1998
Languages: Spanish, Czech, Mandarin Chinese, Shanghainese, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, Hindi, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, and English.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Athlete Representation; Sponsorship; Internet Services Agreements; Business Planning; Creditors' Rights; Asset Collections, Recovery, & Forfeiture; Liquidation; Due Diligence; Corporate Compliance; International Government Relations; International Tax; Pro-Active Portfolio Monitoring™; Shareholder Disputes; Commercial Leaseholder Disputes; Civil Theft; Shipping; Gift Tax Filing; Power of Attorney Arrangements; Public Corruption; Banking Fraud; Foreign Corrupt Practices; Extortion; Product Counterfeiting; Infringements; Forgeries; Business Crimes; Commercial Espionage; Infrastructure and Engineering Project Disputes; Title Insurance; Construction Liens and Permitting; Hedge-Funds Allegations; Healthcare Fraud; Tax Evasion; Ponzi Schemes; Check Kiting.
Areas of Law Description
Our practice includes:
>>> High-stakes Litigation
Transnational litigation, arbitration and appellate matters. Sensitive investigations, financial fraud, and recovery of visas.
Complex contract negotiations, finance, IP licensing, joint ventures, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, customs, trade, and franchising.
Anti-money laundering compliance, and criminal and civil RICO cases, as well as regulatory and white-collar criminal defense.
>>> Private Client
Domestic and international tax, athlete and entertainer representation, immigration, trust and estate, and family law, worldwide.
Marta Colomar Garcia
Arbitration, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, International Law
Mr. Gary E. Davidson
Admiralty and Maritime, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Aviation Law, Business Law
Mr. George Diaz
Business Law, Commercial Law, Construction Law, Corporate Law, Project Finance
Mr. Michael Diaz, Jr.
Administrative Law, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Banking Law, Business Law
Mr. Brant C. Hadaway
Admiralty and Maritime, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Commercial Litigation
Juan Ramirez Jr.
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Litigation, Mediation
Mr. Alexander Reus
Business and Industry, Business Law, Business Litigation, Capital Markets, Class Actions
Mr. Robert I. Targ
Administrative Law, Banking Law, Civil Litigation, Criminal Defense, Criminal Law
- Florida Bar
- Dade County Bar Association (DCBA)
- American Bar Association
- American Trial Lawyers Association
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The United States and Cuba marked another historic milestone recently when JetBlue Flight 387 sojourned from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Abel Santamaria Airport in Santa Clara, Cuba. Flight 387 was the first direct commercial flight between the two countries in more than a half-century. Six months ago, the two countries signed an agreement to re-establish scheduled air service between them, moving beyond the charter services that had been the sole direct flights for many years.Read Article
Corruption is a significant risk for companies doing business in Mexico: bribery is widespread, and business registration processes, including the obtainment of construction permits and licences, are negatively influenced by corruption.Read Article
While several Latin American countries have vowed to combat corrupt practices and have enacted legislation to formalise their intentions, meaningful change requires active enforcement as well as the political will and sacrifice to exact it.Read Article
The question seems simple enough. But it took an appeal to the Florida Supreme Court to find the answer – an answer that will have a significant impact on the rights of U.S. litigants in lawsuits that have some relationship to events occurring abroad.Read Article
Several banking giants, such as HSBC and Standard Chartered, are currently being investigated by US regulators for alleged failings in anti-money laundering (AML) compliance. All fingers point to lapses involving outsourcing units operating without adequate oversight.Read Article
Miami-Based Global Law Firm Expands Middle East Presence - Miami, FL – Global law firm Diaz Reus and Targ, LLP today announced the opening of offices in Iraq, further expanding its presence in the Middle East and reinforcing its long term commitment to the region.Read Article
Does your company make payments to foreign entities or non-U.S. individuals? If yes, you may have tax withholding requirements under US Tax Code Section 1441: Withholding and Reporting Requirements.Read Article