Kayla S. Feliciano-RuizSenior Associate
Phone: (787) 751-8999, ext. 3078 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Sciences and Philosophy (Magna Cum Laude) from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus (2000), and a Juris Doctor (Magna Cum Laude) from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law (2003).
Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz is a Senior Associate at TCM. Prior to joining TCM, Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz was an associate in the Litigation Department of Partners Legal Services, PSC, and an associate at Lampón & Associates. As a law student, Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz was Editor of the law review “Revista de Derecho Puertorriqueño,” and member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. During law school, Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz was a judicial clerk at the Superior Court in Ponce, Puerto Rico, and also clerked at the U.S. Army Staff Judge Advocate Office (Fort Lee, VA).
Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz currently concentrates on corporate and real estate issues, commercial and civil litigation, support work in federal civil litigation and appellate practice, as well as administrative and banking law matters. She handles collection and foreclosure cases for major financial institutions, as well as administrative, real estate and business litigation. Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz is also actively involved in major financial and real estate transactions, including real estate finance. Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz is also involved in civil and administrative litigation involving telecommunications regulations and issues.
Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz is a member of the Business Law and Litigation sections of the American Bar Association, Director of the “Red de Mujeres Empresarias y Profesionales,” of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce, and an active member of Ellevate Network. She is also a member of “Jóvenes de Puerto Rico en Riesgo, Inc.” and a frequent writer in “El Visitante,” the newspaper for the Catholic Church in Puerto Rico. She has also collaborated with “Mi Revista,” a commercial magazine sponsored by Wal-Mart of Puerto Rico. As a writer for “El Visitante,” she was a guest in the pre-elections debate: “Partidos políticos frente a la doctrina social católica: luces y sombras,” defending the position of the Catholic Church and its Social Doctrine.
Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, in the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, and in the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Mrs. Feliciano-Ruiz is also a notary public in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.