A partner in AVILA’s litigation practice, Ms. Mora represents domestic and foreign businesses in commercial litigation cases in federal and state court, before various arbitration panels, and in federal and state appellate courts. In court, Ms. Mora has represented defendants and plaintiffs in civil disputes involving contracts, banking regulations, business torts, corporate governance, fraud, foreign judgments, injunctions, and appeals. She has successfully defended several class actions. Ms. Mora also advises clients on risk assessment, compliance, government investigations, complex discovery and internal investigations, as well as matters involving the U.S. Attorney’s Office, FBI, OCC, FDIC, the State of Florida, grand jury proceedings, civil discovery, and e-discovery.
Ms. Mora joined AVILA when the firm was founded after having worked several years with ARHMF’s founding partners at a large, multinational law firm. Ms. Mora served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable R. Fred Lewis of the Florida Supreme Court. She also served as Chair on one of the Florida Bar’s Eleventh Circuit Grievance Committees. Ms. Mora is certified by The Florida Bar as an arbitrator for The Florida Bar Grievance Mediation and Fee Arbitration Program.
- Commercial and Business Litigation
- Financial Institution Litigation
- Complex Discovery and E-Discovery
- Class Action Defense
- Subpoenas, Garnishments, and Enforcement of Judgments
- Investigation and Compliance