Eight Diaz Reus attorneys recognized by The Legal 500 USA 2022

MIAMI – June 22, 2022 – Diaz Reus International Law Firm (DRT) announces that eight of its attorneys have been recognized by the prestigious international legal guide The Legal 500 USA 2022, in Dispute Resolution: Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal; and in International Litigation:
Michael Diaz, Jr.; Robert Targ; Marta Colomar-Garcia; Greg Ahlgren; Javier Coronado; Gary Davidson; Juan Vargas; and Richard Wiedis.

Some of the clients surveyed commented:
‘This is by far the best law firm I’ve ever worked with. In one word: perfection.’
‘The diverse team is able to provide knowledge of different legal systems, languages and procedures.’
‘They are extremely professional, they have the complete understanding about the legal procedures and the best routes to be followed to achieve the appropriate solution to the demands.’
Their strength is in their attorneys’ knowledge, professionalism and the administrative staff.’
‘They are able to understand the needs of the client and give a brief on the situation on lay terms.’
‘Michael Diaz has tons of experience, commitment, practicality, and a good understanding of different systems.’
‘I worked with Michael Diaz, Robert Targ, and Juan Vargas; all of them have impressed me, they have different skills and together they made an excellent team.’
‘Michael Diaz is a fearless, confident, and substantively-strong counsel, he understands needs, short and long-term goals, and delivers quickly and efficiently.’

About DRT
Diaz Reus International Law Firm (DRT) operates a full service law firm on five continents, across 33 offices in key business centers, offering a global practice centered around national and international parallel proceedings and business transactions, and includes Board Certified lawyers in International Litigation & Arbitration, International Law, and Immigration & Nationality Law. DRT practices in the following broad areas: sovereign immunity, trade, commerce, finance; fraud, civil litigation and arbitration, asset identification, location, tracing and recovery, crypto currency, white collar crime, regulatory and criminal investigations, and defense in matters of corruption, bribery, anti-money laundering, OFAC, CAATSA, Specially Designated Nationals, the Magnitsky Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Bank Secrecy Act, and politically sensitive investigations including the recovery of U.S. immigration status and visas.