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Miami law firm Avila Rodriguez Hernandez Mena & Garro LLP (AVILA) announced it was rated among top national and regional law firms by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Lawyers® rankings for 2022.
Juan Carlos ‘JC’ Cura Joins Avila as Partner in the Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use Practice // October 18, 2021
Miami law firm AVILA announced the addition of Juan Carlos “JC” Cura to its Real Estate, Zoning and Land Use practice as a senior partner.
Founding Partner Alcides I. Avila Named Among Living Legends in Florida Trend’s Florida 500 // October 08, 2021
Florida Trend's annual list of the top 500 most influential business leaders across South Florida recognized Founding Partner Alcides I. Avila of Avila Rodriguez Hernandez Mena Garro LLP as a "Living Legend."
Key Considerations for Foreigners Looking to Establish a U.S. Presence or Increase Their U.S. Investments // September 20, 2021
Based on our experience helping hundreds of foreign businesses and individuals navigate their entry and investments in the U.S., following is a practical guide to key issues warranting consideration before entering the market.
Law Firm Continues Strategic Hires in Response to Growing Client Demand
After helping found the business boutique in 2007, Hernandez became managing partner this month.
As Many Small and Midsize Businesses Struggle, Where Are the Main Street Loans? // November 11, 2020
As small and midsize businesses in the United States struggle to survive the new COVID-19 economic reality, politicians continue to debate when and how they will provide a new round of aid to the lifeblood of the American economy.
When it was launched as part of the CARES Act in late March, the Paycheck Protection Program received immediate interest from borrowers and lenders alike. That mutual buy-in allowed the program to distribute roughly $522 billion to small (and some not-so- small) businesses in desperate need of cash due to the revenue-choking impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Billions of dollars set aside by the government through the Main Street Lending Program to help distressed companies remain untouched as firms wrestle with the program's complexity and fears over potential regulatory blowback.