Hermann Bauer is a member in the Litigation Department. He joined O‘Neill & Borges in 1998. He has developed significant experience in bankruptcy and creditor’s rights. Hermann’s practice includes the representation of institutional lenders, investors, funds and business enterprises in diverse matters, including bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy litigation, general business transactions with bankruptcy estates and anti-bankruptcy transactional consultation. Hermann has also investigated and litigated multiple complex matters relating to lender liability, fraud, distress and insolvency-related issues through trial and appeal.
In addition to bankruptcy and insolvency matters, Hermann has significant experience in commercial and corporate litigation before the Puerto Rico State and United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, including claims under the Puerto Rico Dealer’s Act (Law 75), the Puerto Rico Sales Representatives Act (Law 21), commercial contract and trade regulation related litigation, such as claims relating to the RICO Act, bank fraud, Lanham Act and the Puerto Rico trademark statute.
In addition to the foregoing, Hermann has also served as an lecturer of Bankruptcy Law for the University of Puerto Rico’s Law School, and has served as panelist in multiple bankruptcy law seminars and symposiums.