• Rolando Emmanuelli Jiménez


    Rolando Emmanuelli is a Puerto Rican lawyer and photographer. His photographs portray the scenery, culture and people of Puerto Rico. He has been practicing photography since childhood. His art has gained recognizance in recent years. His photographs have won contests in the Puerto Rico.

    Professional Experience:

    Bufete Emmanuelli, C.S.P.
    President

    1988 - Present
    Assume full responsibility in all areas of firm operations, serving as chief litigation attorney and overseeing all senior leaders, attorneys, and administrative professionals. Manage finance, marketing, customer acquisition, relations, and retention activities, and public relations; lead firm strategic planning, operational procedure and process design, and community participation. Provide firm website design and management. Litigate the full range of civil and criminal cases, representing both plaintiffs and defendants.

    Diverse legal background with 20 years’ experience providing leadership to and advising on a variety of business development, marketing, operational, and strategic planning functions to include litigation, corporate compliance, high-level negotiations, and commercial contracts. Wide ranging expertise across an array of industries and sectors such as healthcare, pharmaceutical, technology, government, and commercial / residential. Serve as public legal expert and leader through law school-level instruction, publication, weekly participation in print and broadcast media, and executive roles within community and professional organizations.

    ** Corporate leadership, collaborating with top executives to align the course of legal and compliance activities with immediate objectives and long-range vision.

    ** Winning process improvement strategies and recommendations, constantly evaluating opportunities to enhance compliance and minimize exposure.

    ** Broad-based legal expertise demonstrated through roles of public prominence in print and broadcast media, community and professional organizations, and university teaching positions.

U.S. High Court To Rule On Bankruptcy Ex

U.S. High Court To Rule On Bankruptcy Exemption For Inherited Retirement Accounts http://ow.ly/2BPyDY

U.S. High Court To Rule On Bankruptcy Ex

U.S. High Court To Rule On Bankruptcy Exemption For Inherited Retirement Accounts http://ow.ly/2BPyDZ

Se hunden las originaciones de hipotecas

Se hunden las originaciones de hipotecas – Por Luisa García PelattiDe: http://WWW.sincomillas.comEl mercado hipotecario experimentó sus peores resultados en el tercer trimestre cuando las originaciones hipotecarias disminuyeron 27.2%, de 9,234 a 6,723, según datos de la Oficina del Comisionado de Instituciones Financieras (OCIF). Es la cifra más baja en, al menos, más de una década.Aumenta la actividad hipotecaria de los bancos comerciales, mientras que se reduce en las instit… http://ow.ly/2BOKYb

Siguen cayendo las ventas de cemento – W

Siguen cayendo las ventas de cemento – Wed, Nov 20, 2013Por Luisa García Pelattiwww.sincomillas.comLas ventas de cemento cayeron 14.6% en octubre. Las ventas han estado cayendo durante 14 meses de forma consecutivas.La ventas pasaron de 1,648 miles de sacos en octubre de 2012 a 1,407 de sacos en el mismo mes de este año. En los primeros 10 meses las ventas se han reducido 18.4%.Las ventas, que habían crecido 5.2% en el 2011, cayeron 2.2% en el 2012.Las ventas de cemento… http://ow.ly/2BH551

How Wall Street Has Profited From Puerto

How Wall Street Has Profited From Puerto Rico’s Misery – De la Revista ForbesBy Jake Zamansky, Contributorhttp://www.forbes.com/sites/jakezamansky/2013/11/13/how-wall-street-has-profited-from-puerto-ricos-misery-2/Puerto Rico’s economy and bond ratings are starting to resemble those of Detroit and Greece. Larry Summers, the former Treasury Secretary last week called Puerto Rico’s bonds “the junkiest of the junk”.The question, burned UBS retail bond investors are asking … http://ow.ly/2BCHBS

How Wall Street Has Profited From Puerto

How Wall Street Has Profited From Puerto Rico’s Misery – De la Revista ForbesBy Jake Zamansky, Contributorhttp://www.forbes.com/sites/jakezamansky/2013/11/13/how-wall-street-has-profited-from-puerto-ricos-misery-2/Puerto Rico’s economy and bond ratings are starting to resemble those of Detroit and Greece. Larry Summers, the former Treasury Secretary last week called Puerto Rico’s bonds “the junkiest of the junk”.The question, burned UBS retail bond investors are asking … http://ow.ly/2BCgLL

El Gobierno prevé que la economía se con

El Gobierno prevé que la economía se contraerá 0.8% en el año fiscal 2014 http://ow.ly/2BetMI

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