Romina Marchese represents clients in a wide spectrum of matters including the formation of corporations, commercial and residential real estate disputes, fraud litigation, FDUTPA violations, foreign jurisdictional matters, business liability matters, franchise agreements, and commercial contracts, among other matters. Being fluent in Spanish, Ms. Marchese also advises clients in South America and Europe conducting business in Florida and counsels individuals and corporations local to South Florida conducting business in the Latin-American market. At Rodriguez-Albizu Law, Ms. Marchese is able to expand her litigation experience into commercial matters, representing individuals, small businesses, and foreign nationals before state and federal courts throughout Florida.
Prior to joining Rodriguez-Albizu Law, Ms. Marchese worked at Florida’s largest law firm, Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A., defending large and small insurance carriers litigating first party property claims. Ms. Marchese’s experience there included advising clients regarding bad faith allegations and the procedures for properly adjusting insurance claims. Ms. Marchese moved on to a small South Florida boutique firm representing homeowners in first party claims against insurance companies before opening her own law firm where Ms. Marchese represented individuals and small businesses in business law disputes throughout state and federal courts in Florida.
In law school, Ms. Marchese was a National Moot Court competitor traveling across the country representing St. Thomas School of Law in national competitions and participated in the Mock Trial Team at St. Thomas School of Law. She also earned a highly coveted internship in the criminal division of the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida her second year of law school. Ms. Marchese earned her undergraduate degree with honors in History focusing on Women’s Studies with a certificate in Pre-Modern Cultures and a minor in Political Science from Florida International University. At FIU, she served as President of the university’s Phi Alpha Theta Chapter for the National History Honor Society as well as serving as a Student Government Representative for the Honors Council.
Ms. Marchese is admitted to practice before all state courts in Florida, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.