AREAS OF PRACTICE
Complex Commercial and Civil Litigation, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Insurance Law
Past President of the Puerto Rico Chapter of the Federal Bar Association
Mier-Romeu's main experience is in general business or commercial litigation, administrative agencies, and corporate law. He began his legal career at the litigation division of Puerto Rico's oldest and then largest law firm, and subsequently worked at a boutique law firm specializing in insurance law.
Before becoming a Puerto Rico commercial litigation lawyer, Mier-Romeu worked as a journalist at Puerto Rico's leading newspaper, El Nuevo Día, covering business, economics, and government affairs. Besides his law degree from the University of Puerto Rico, Mier-Romeu majored in economics at Colby College and studied mathematics at the graduate level in the University of Puerto Rico, where he also taught the subject.
Mier-Romeu's first job after college was as a financial analyst and registered representative at Merrill Lynch Puerto Rico's investment banking division. He is now Special Counsel at the San Juan business law firm Casellas Alcover & Burgos P.S.C.
B.A., Colby College, 1987
J.D., University of Puerto Rico School of Law, 1999
Puerto Rico, U.S. District Court, Puerto Rico, U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Co-author, Chapter on Puerto Rico for DRI's “Products Liability Defenses: A State-by-State Compendium” (2004 and 2001)
Co-author, Chapter on Puerto Rico for DRI's “Unfair Trade Practices: A Compendium of State Law” (2005)