Ibrahim Reyes guides his clients, companies and individuals, through complex legal challenges.
Strategic planning, corporate governance, crisis management and defamation, regulatory investigations, cyberattacks, breaches of contract, fraudulent conduct, and negligent and intentional torts in state and federal trial and appellate courts.
Cases include corporate negligence in the form of a kidnapping of U.S. oilfield workers in the Venezuela-Colombia border for ransom; premises liability in the suction and drowning of a boy inside a resort's pool drain system; airline disasters in the U.S. and Latin America involving U.S. manufactured aircraft, engines and instruments, involving forum non conveniens and comparative law challenges, corporate fraud, identity theft, libel and slander, RICO Act (conspiracy to defraud), Sherman Act (antitrust monopolistic practices), identity theft of high profile athletes, models and film stars, contractual misrepresentations, and more.
Represents parent of child abducted through fraud upon the court in litigation in Maryland. (October 2023-present)
Represents one of Florida's largest beauty salon products distributor on all its business-legal aspects in the United States, Brazil, and Italy. (August 2023-present)
Represents owners of collapsed building in their investigation of corrupt practices by former owners and/or city inspectors in the City of Hialeah. (August 2023-present)
Represents Puerto Rico Soccer League and other Puerto Rico soccer industry leaders in RICO Act and Sherman Act lawsuit against Puerto Rico's Soccer Federation (Federacion Puertorriqueña de Futbol) and coconspirators for corruption and antitrust monopolistic practices in federal court in San Juan, Puerto Rico. (April 2023-present)
Represents medical malpractice wrongful death victim's family after patient suffered cardiac arrest that was not diagnosed or treated in a timely manner at one of Miami's largest healthcare clinics. (December 2022-present)
Represents South Florida healthcare companies in first practice acquisitions, dispute resolution, litigation, and appeals. (October 2016-Present)
Represents Basalt Technologies, LLC, distributor of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymer ("BFRP") rebar and columns for the construction industry, including sports and entertainment venue developers, in contractual negotiations in Central Asia, Canada, and the United States. (January 2018-present)
Represents major European luxury yacht manufacturer/distributor in The Americas. (April 2021-Present)
Represents artists in contract review, negotiations, and litigation, intellectual property protection and monetization, image protection, crisis management, and defamation. (2010-Present)
Represents football (soccer) players and coaches in player transfer negotiations and sponsorships, copyright infringement and identity theft matters (2010-Present)
Represents Florida's military members in defending unlawful COVID-19 mandates in Benjamin Coker, et al., v. Lloyd Austin, III, Secretary of Defense, et al., Case No. 3:21-cv-01211-AW-HTC, United States District Court, Northern District of Florida. (2021-present)
Business transactions and litigation, shareholders rights, contractual disputes and commercial fraud investigations and litigation, company structuring, deal structuring, dispute resolution through negotiations/mediation/arbitration; IP litigation, art, music and sports rights; constitutional rights; appeals.
Personal counsel to musicians, songwriters, singers and producers in their business and legal needs, contract negotiations, mediation and arbitration, litigation and appeals.
Chief Legal Officer, Puerto Rico Soccer League. Represents PRSL in its FIFA, CONCACAF, federative and United Nations affairs, player transfers, and partners and sponsors relationships.
International law consultant on jurisdiction, liability, and damages, to the Argentina lawyers who undertook the representation of hundreds of football players, models and actresses whose name and image were unlawfully and fraudulently associated to pornographic websites on Google and Yahoo searches. The victims obtained injunctive relief and/or monetary awards. (2011-2014)
Aviateca Flight 901 (August 9, 1995)
American Airlines Glight 965 (December 20, 1995)
Valujet Flight 592 (May 11, 1996)
AeroPeru Flight 603 (October 2, 1996)
American Airlines Flight 587 (November 12, 2001)
West Caribbean Airways Flight 708 (August 16, 2005)
TANS Peru Flight 204 (August 23, 2005)
Columbus Day Regatta boating accident (October 2006)
Hurricane Frances (2004)
Hurricane Rita (2005)
Hurricane Katrina (2005)
Hurricane Wilma (2005)
Hurricane Gustav (2008)
Hurricane Hermine (2016)
Hurricane Irma (2017)
Hurricane Michael (2018)
Hurricane Ian (2022)