Miami, FL – Litigation and government relations law firm, Continental PLLC, is pleased to welcome attorneys Jennifer Hernandez, Ivan Feris, and Marianne Arellano as the firm continues to expand its footprint in Miami.
Jennifer M. Hernandez specializes in the firm’s complex commercial litigation and Latin America practices. Hernandez worked previously at a well-respected litigation boutique.
Ivan Feris focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, class action litigation, investigations and white-collar defense. Prior to joining Continental PLLC, Feris practiced with an AM-Law top 10 firm.
Marianne Arellano focuses her practice on bankruptcy and receivership matters, complex commercial litigation, investigations and white-collar defense cases, and counsels the firm’s Latin American clients. Arellano previously served as a legal intern at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida where she worked on forfeiture-related issues including fraudulent transfers, sanctions, conspiracy, and cryptocurrency seizures.
“We are thrilled to welcome our three newest exceptional colleagues, Jennifer Hernandez, Ivan Feris, and Marianne Arellano, who are all top talent recruited from notable firms,” said Jesus M. Suarez, a partner at Continental PLLC. “We have been searching for the right attorneys to join our growing firm, and know with their impressive backgrounds, they will help deliver exceptional results to our clients.”
Other Continental PLLC attorneys include former Florida Education Commissioner, Richard Corcoran; Former Florida Solicitor General Christopher Kise, Former Florida First DCA Chief Judge Paul Hawkes, commercial and bankruptcy litigators John Arrastia Jr. and Jesus M. Suarez; government and commercial litigation attorney Anne Corcoran; and Carlos Trujillo, a former member of the Florida House of Representatives and former U.S. ambassador to the Organization of American States.
Continental PLLC is a litigation and government relations firm that excels at navigating clients through complex legal, political, and business environments in Florida, Washington D.C., and throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. The firm has offices in Miami, Tallahassee, and Washington D.C.