Marisa Portuondo

Marisa Portuondo

Portuondo Law Firm, P.A.

Miami, FL

  • user-graduate Education University of Miami School of Law
  • Experience 16 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Business Law
Construction Law
Insurance Claims
Business Law

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Florida
    The Florida Bar

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

Video Conferencing

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Marisa Portuondo was raised in the Key Biscayne community of South Florida. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Portuondo graduated with a Master of Science degree from Florida International University’s College of Business and worked in the pharmaceutical field managing over $60 Million of pharmaceutical raw material in several worldwide locations. While attending the University of Miami School of Law, Ms. Portuondo completed two internships at the Third District Court of Appeal under Chief Judge Juan Ramirez, Jr. (retired) and a third internship in the Miami-Dade County Public Defender’s Felony Division.Ms. Portuondo’s work focuses on business/commercial law, real estate matters, construction law, and property damage claims. Throughout her legal career, she has helped clients in various matters of all magnitudes. While she has had large successes including the successful negotiation of a multi-million dollar arbitration and recovering escrow deposits worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, she also enjoys working hand in hand with smaller business owners, guiding them to success through business consulting and contract drafting and negotiations.

Professional Experience

  • Owner
    Portuondo Law Firm, P.A.
    2009 - Current

Professional Associations

  • The Florida Bar # 0036370
    2006 - Current


  • University of Miami School of Law
    J.D. (2006) | Law
    2004 - 2006
Legal Answers
  • Q. My window contractor cancelled installation due to pandemic. Am I still bound?
    A: Did the contractor actually cancel or did s/he postpone the work? If the contractor actually canceled, than neither party should have obligations to the other party. If the work was postponed, an attorney would have to review the contract to give you a clear answer.
    April 30, 2020


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