Elizabeth del P. Villagrasa-Flores

Elizabeth Villagrasa-Flores is a Senior Associate Attorney with our Commercial Litigation practice. Her  principal  areas  of  practice  include  local  and  federal  civil  litigation, concentrating in complex commercial litigation. She has ample experience representing clients both at the trial and appellate levels, as well as in administrative forums.

Prior to joining Ferraiuoli, Elizabeth was an Associate Attorney with Cancio, Nadal, Rivera & Díaz, P.S.C., where she was a member of the Litigation Department and provided support to the Labor Department. There she developed an extensive background in complex litigation and class action lawsuits. Elizabeth began her career as Attorney for the Puerto Rico Justice Department, where she was a member of the Federal Litigation and Bankruptcy Department. She was exposed to, and actively participated in numerous litigation matters acting as legal counsel for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and public officials in their personal capacity in civil rights matters before the Federal District Court for the District of Puerto Rico.

Get to know Elizabeth

Why Ferraiuoli?

At Ferraiuoli, we strive to provide our clients cost-effective as well as practical solutions to their claims or controversies. Our focus is to provide our clients with the best service possible and meet their needs, always considering legal and business wise solutions.

Why do your clients come to you?

Part of the job of a litigation attorney is to try to find constructive solutions that meet our client’s needs. This can take the form of furnishing advice to prevent future litigation or assisting with extrajudicial claims and settlements. I provide practical alternatives for them to consider when seeking resolution to their claims or issues and am always focused on obtaining cost effective results that meet their objectives.

What do you find most rewarding?

It is most rewarding when I have met my client’s needs by obtaining a favorable result in Court or have found feasible extrajudicial alternatives that are consistent with their business goals and know that they are extremely satisfied with my performance.

Representative Cases or Transactions

  • Burgos v. Medical Card System, Inc., No. KLAN201401, 2015 WL 2260888 (P.R. Cir. Mar. 10, 2015) (confirming the First Instance Court ruling granting defendants’ motions to dismiss with prejudice claims for alleged harassment and torts)

Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker, “Jurisdicción e Internet: Consideraciones Prácticas sobre los Costos del Litigio y la Jurisdicción del Tribunal Estatal sobre una Empresa of Individuo que Opera a través del Internet”, (Jurisdiction and the Internet: Practical Considerations Concerning the Costs of Litigation and State Court Jurisdiction over Online Companies and Business) Continued Legal Education, University of Puerto Rico, School of Law, May 9, 2015.

Publications

  • Collaboration for Microjuris, Author of “Desahucio: No te Quedes Fuera” (Eviction: Do Not Stay Out), Published, July 2015.

Get to know Elizabeth

Why Ferraiuoli?

At Ferraiuoli, we strive to provide our clients cost-effective as well as practical solutions to their claims or controversies. Our focus is to provide our clients with the best service possible and meet their needs, always considering legal and business wise solutions.

Why do your clients come to you?

Part of the job of a litigation attorney is to try to find constructive solutions that meet our client’s needs. This can take the form of furnishing advice to prevent future litigation or assisting with extrajudicial claims and settlements. I provide practical alternatives for them to consider when seeking resolution to their claims or issues and am always focused on obtaining cost effective results that meet their objectives.

What do you find most rewarding?

It is most rewarding when I have met my client’s needs by obtaining a favorable result in Court or have found feasible extrajudicial alternatives that are consistent with their business goals and know that they are extremely satisfied with my performance.

Representative Cases or Transactions

  • Burgos v. Medical Card System, Inc., No. KLAN201401, 2015 WL 2260888 (P.R. Cir. Mar. 10, 2015) (confirming the First Instance Court ruling granting defendants’ motions to dismiss with prejudice claims for alleged harassment and torts)

Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker, “Jurisdicción e Internet: Consideraciones Prácticas sobre los Costos del Litigio y la Jurisdicción del Tribunal Estatal sobre una Empresa of Individuo que Opera a través del Internet”, (Jurisdiction and the Internet: Practical Considerations Concerning the Costs of Litigation and State Court Jurisdiction over Online Companies and Business) Continued Legal Education, University of Puerto Rico, School of Law, May 9, 2015.

Publications

  • Collaboration for Microjuris, Author of “Desahucio: No te Quedes Fuera” (Eviction: Do Not Stay Out), Published, July 2015.