International Law Firm in Miami, Florida

Diaz Reus, LLP

Main Office
Miami Tower at International Place
100 Southeast Second Street, Suite 3400

Miami, Florida 33131

Phone(305) 375-9220
Fax (305) 375-8050

Law Firm Overview

Diaz 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;
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Articles Published by Diaz Reus, LLP

 Overview of Business Crime in Latin America

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.

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 Why Wouldn’t a California Resident Be Entitled to Prosecute a Lawsuit against Companies in Florida?

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.

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 Outsourcing of AML Compliance: How Far Can a Financial Institution Go?

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.

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 Diaz Reus Opens Offices in Iraq

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.

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 US Tax Code Section 1441: Withholding and Reporting Requirements

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.

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