Alec Puig is a Miami attorney in Holland & Knight's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice. Mr. Puig is experienced in matters involving general and complex commercial and corporate arbitration and litigation as well as corporate internal investigations, compliance and training, and white collar criminal defense, representing both international and domestic clients.
In his commercial litigation practice, Mr. Puig has represented clients in cases involving complex contractual disputes, derivative and direct shareholder actions, fraudulent practices, and mismanagement and embezzlement of company assets. Mr. Puig is also experienced in civil and criminal investigations, including recently completing an internal investigation of a large private equity firm that allegedly operated a Ponzi scheme and engaged in accounting fraud; the firm was subject to various investigations involving multiple criminal and civil federal and state agencies.
During law school, Mr. Puig served as a review editor for the Harvard Latino Law Review and as a training director for the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project. He also served as a board member of the school's La Alianza organization, which was dedicated to advocating and providing support for Harvard Law School's Latino and greater affinity-group communities.
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