Ibrahim Reyes obtained his Doctorate in Law from the University of Miami School of Law (2000) and Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida (1986). Between 1986 and 2000, Ibrahim worked in his family's business, a furniture and bedding manufacturing, wholesale and retail operation headquartered in Miami. It was while working as Vice President of American Linens and being responsible for the company's legal issues and hiring and supervising outside counsel that Ibrahim realized he should become a lawyer, in order to better serve his company and his family. Since 2000, Ibrahim has served as his companies' in-house counsel, and since 2002 has represented private clients.
Running a business responsibly requires frequent on-the-go legal advice: A new lease, a better supplier, a larger buyer, a new market, a disgruntled customer, a worker's injury, new government regulations, taxes, and tariffs. Ibrahim aims to serve that need and provide his clients peace of mind once they delegate their legal troubles to the firm.
Ibrahim's background in Science, Business, and Law allows him to spot, analyze, and discern client's issues with the insight of someone who has walked on their shoes.
President Reyes Lawyers, P.A., Coral Gables, Florida. A trial lawyer for the past twenty plus years, Ibrahim Reyes represents executives and companies that face diverse legal challenges in state, federal, and appellate courts nationwide.
Business Law Counsel, Contractual Transactions, Commercial Litigation, Torts, Sports & Entertainment Representation, Dispute Resolution, Appeals.
Counsel to Latin American companies that transact business in the United States, in business ventures and litigation in federal and state courts. Has handled subject matter and personal jurisdiction forum non conveniens challenges in state and federal courts on fatality cases involving hundreds of deaths throughout the world caused by defective products made in the U.S., whether defective aircraft and aircraft components, defective vehicles and tires, defective medicines, defective swimming pools, to most recently, defective vaccines.
Has represented hundreds of victims' estates, and survivors of deceased victims, in aviation catastrophes throughout Latin America, boating accidents and medical malpractice cases in U.S. and Puerto Rico District Courts. Represented Latin America claimants in Ford-Firestone rollover cases in Multi District Litigation; managed class actions on behalf of thousands of victims of fraud (Ponzi scheme pyramids and fraudulent misrepresentations).
Ibrahim Reyes has represented Florida's three largest property and casualty insurers in first- and third-party litigation, Board member of Florida's largest property insurer's Litigation Board, provided guidance to the State's Insurance Commissioner and Governor on policy language issues.
Sports and Entertainment Law