Alfredo Ramírez-Macdonald is a member in the Litigation Department. He joined O’Neill & Borges in 1990, and has been in private law practice since 1987.
Alfredo has represented a wide variety of corporate clients in both extra-judicial and judicial claims involving an extensive variety of commercial issues, including complex cases regarding construction law claims, Puerto Rico Dealer’s Act (Law 75), the Puerto Rico Sales Representative’s Act (Law 21), bankruptcy, creditor’s rights and trademark law. He has represented a variety of principals in actions filed by and against Puerto Rico distributors pursuant to Puerto Rico Dealer’s Act (Law 75) and the Puerto Rico Sales Representative’s Act (Law 21).
In addition, he has represented clients such as Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, CNA, Schindler Elevator Corporation, Kent Construction, Pavarini Construction, and Turner Construction in construction law claims. In more recent years, he has represented a variety of lenders in restructuring loans and work-outs, collecting credit facilities and successfully defending lender liability claims. Alfredo’s practice covers trial and appellate litigation in the federal and Commonwealth courts, as well as commercial arbitration.