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Sonia Colón is a Capital Member of Ferraiuoli LLC, one of the leading full service law firms in Puerto Rico, with an office in Orlando, Florida. Sonia chairs the Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice Group in the firm. She has more than twenty years of experience in solving commercial insolvency problems. She focuses on workouts, corporate restructuring, distressed acquisitions, lease assumption/rejection processes, and related bankruptcy litigation in Chapter 7, 11, 12 and 13 proceedings. She also represents clients in matters related to Puerto Rico’s fiscal crisis, including Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA).
Sonia has written extensively on the Puerto Rico fiscal and economic crisis, publishing various articles on the topic. She lectures nationally and internationally on various aspects of bankruptcy, including the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors, and in various universities, including the University of Puerto Rico, Duke, Boston, and Texas University. She has also co-authored insolvency guides for international publications, including the World Bank Group and Chambers & Partners on insolvency matters. The international publication Chambers & Partners has recognized and ranked Sonia as a leading lawyer in bankruptcy and restructuring in Puerto Rico. She has also been recognized as a leading lawyer on insolvency and reorganization law by Best Lawyers, Puerto Rico Edition.
Sonia also heads the firm’s Florida office, serving the needs of clients that have expanded to Florida. Ferraiuoli offers a platform to serve clients beyond Puerto Rico and expand the geographic reach its bankruptcy practice. She is also actively involved in committees fostering diversity in the legal profession in the American Bankruptcy Institute and in fostering relationships with members of the international insolvency community in organizations such as the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation and the Ibero-American Institute of Bankruptcy Law.