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Vivian Bauza, Esq. is an associate at Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky, PLLC where she practices in the areas of commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Ms. Bauza also has extensive experience represents clients in complex commercial proceedings, involving commercial landlord tenant disputes. What makes Ms. Bauza’s experience unique is that she has extensive knowledge of both Civil and Common law.
Ms. Bauza regularly represents domestic and foreign clients in various industry sectors and in disputes across multinational borders. Ms. Bauza is experienced in all phases of complex litigation, including pretrial, cross-border and domestic arbitration, trial, post-judgment proceedings and appellate practice. Ms. Bauza has represented a wide range of Latin American and other foreign multinational clients in the United States, as well as large, corporate domestic clients in international, cross-border proceedings. Fluent in Spanish, Ms. Bauza also has extensive experience preparing witnesses and experts in Spanish, and regularly drafts legal documents in Spanish.
Debtor and Creditor
International Business Law
Litigation and Trial Advocacy
University of Miami School of Law 2010, J.D.
Master of Law, International and Comparative Law, University of Miami School of Law
Florida Bar 2011
U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida
United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Florida
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