MIAMI—Despite the coronavirus crisis, Rivero Mestre LLP continues to grow as we proudly announce that we have added two new attorneys, Neha Dagley and Sylmarie Trujillo.

In addition to the new hires, our attorneys and staff have been working remotely while remaining accessible to the needs of our clients. Our team is known for its agility, creative thinking, and fierce advocacy dedicated to serving our clients and community as we navigate through the complex issues presented by COVID-19.

“We are excited to welcome Neha and Sylmarie to the Rivero Mestre family. We recognize the constantly evolving COVID-19 situation filled with uncertainty; we hope to turn challenges into opportunities,” said Andres Rivero. “We will, as always, exceed our clients’ expectations.”

For the last fifteen years, Dagley has represented a wide array of entrepreneurs and corporations in commercial litigation and arbitration matters. She represents foreign and domestic clients across multiple industries and national boundaries, delivering keen analysis and sound legal advice on a broad range of business disputes. Dagley earned her Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Utah State University and then earned her Juris Doctor at the University of Miami School of Law.

Trujillo focuses her practice on complex, cross-border disputes, specifically involving Latin America. She represents clients in a wide-range of high-stakes litigation matters involving the FCPA, fraud, tort claims, federal and state court litigation, and international arbitration. Sylmarie earned her Bachelor of Science from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She earned her Juris Doctor at Florida International University College of Law.

About Rivero Mestre LLP

Rivero Mestre, from its offices in Miami and New York, represents clients from investigation to verdict and appeal in complex business disputes in U.S. federal courts, state courts, and domestic and international arbitration proceedings. The firm’s practice focuses primarily on representing clients in a broad range of complex commercial disputes including financial institution matters, antitrust matters, intellectual property disputes, and litigation and arbitration relating to Latin American trade and investment. For more information, visit