María Judith (Nani) Marchand-Sánchez

María Judith (Nani) Marchand-Sánchez is a Capital Member and one of the founders of Ferraiuoli LLC and has vast experience in labor and employment matters. She has successfully litigated before the Courts of First Instance of Puerto Rico and in the Federal Court, as well as government agencies and administrative forums, including participation in mediation proceedings. Ms. Marchand has solid experience litigating disputes in areas such as discrimination, harassment, retaliation, agreements of non-competition, claims of hours and wages, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), sexual harassment, Family Leave Act (FMLA), unjustified termination, among others. Her practice also includes consultancy and advising in matters related to human resources, internal investigations, including labor aspects of corporate acquisitions, mergers and start of operations, confidential information protection and labor audits, among others. Ms. Marchand has also developed expertise in matters regarding the medical cannabis industry, the medical cannabis employee and the workforce. She is also a Professor at Cannaworks Institute, an educational entity authorized by the PR Department of Health to provide training to the workforce of the medical cannabis industry. Nani has also a practice in commercial litigation, particularly within the franchise concept.

Nani has been invited by several professional associations in Puerto Rico to present lectures on sexual harassment, domestic violence in the workplace, progressive disciplinary measures, medical cannabis and inclusion and diversity issues, the proper documentation and mediation as an alternative to traditional litigation. She has also been invited to participate as a speaker at continuing legal education courses and is a collaborator with Microjuris al Día, PRMedCann.Biz, Cannaworks, Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce, Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association and the Society for Human Resources Management – Puerto Rico Chapter.

Nani has been certified by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court as an Arbitrator. She is also a professional coach.

Among her representative clients are: Doctor’s Associates (Subway), Rainbow Apparel Companies, and MMM Holdings, Inc.

 

Get to know Nani

Why Ferraiuoli?

Because we think and act outside the box. We are a group of the most talented professionals with an innovative approach. We are business savvy with a no-nonsense approach.

Why do clients come to you?

My clients come to me because I am a seasoned litigator, with vast experience in Labor & Employment matters and a common sense approach. I will provide alternate solutions and focus on resolving the controversy in the most beneficial and expedite manner, whether it is thru litigation or thru attorney mediation.

My primary focus is my clients’ well-being. My clients see me as an accessible business partner with prompt accurate responses to their everyday needs.

What do you find most rewarding?

I find most rewarding when through team efforts with capable and direct communication we can advance our clients’ best interests. I also enjoy speaking engagements and sharing my experiences as an attorney with vast litigation experience. In the past years I have devoted significant time to matters related to the medical cannabis emerging industry. I have developed expertise in diversity and inclusion issues, particularly the medical cannabis employee and the workplace. Being part of a surfacing industry in our Island and navigating uncharted territory has given me enormous satisfaction

Representative Cases or Transactions

  • Angielu Arce v. Rainbow Apparel Company, Civ. No. A1CI201500838, Court of First Instance in Aguadilla: Obtained the dismissal of the Complaint for wrongful termination after the Court granted a Motion for Summary Judgment.
  • Cannaworks LLC: Provide legal advice in labor & employment matters in the medical cannabis industry. Have given over 100 presentations regarding medical cannabis and the workforce and the local and Federal regulatory framework. Have acquired considerable expertise in this area and the interplay with protective employment legislation.
  • Eddie Alberto Román v. Doctor’s Associates, Inc. d/b/a Subways and Caribbean Franchises, Inc., Case No. 17-1575, United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico: Alleged violation of ADA (service animals), filed before the USDC for the Western District of Texas by a customer of one Subway store located in Puerto Rico, owned by our client. We served as liaison with Texas counsel for Doctor’s Associates, Inc. in the development of defense strategy. We also engaged in conversations with Plaintiff, which lead to Plaintiff filing a Voluntary Dismissal against Caribbean Franchise. We later appeared as local counsel in Puerto Rico, for counsel from the State of Texas. The case was dismissed.
  • José Manuel Martínez Rivera v. Circo Group LLC, Civ. No. KPE2014-0885, Court of First Instance in San Juan: Same sex sexual harassment judicial complaint filed against Circo Group LLC, a well-known gay after-hours bar. After the taking of successful depositions and settlement conversations, Claimant filed Voluntary Dismissal of Claim. Circo did not have to pay any consideration in exchange for the dismissal.
  • Julied Rivera-Toll, et. als. v. MMM Holdings, Inc., Civ. No. ISCI2017-00408, Court of First Instance in Mayagüez: Claim filed by three Plaintiffs alleging unjustified termination. The Court of First Instance granted all three motions for summary judgment. The determination was upheld by the Puerto Rico Court of Appeals and the Puerto Rico Supreme Court.
  • Miguel Suárez Igartúa v. Royal Isabela, Inc., Civ. No. A1CI201700620, Court of First Instance in Aguadilla: Unjust termination judicial claim filed by former employee. Plaintiff alleged that he was terminated from employment without just cause by reason of his rejection of a new offer of employment modifying certain terms and conditions. The Superior Court agreed with the argument that Plaintiff had the initial burden of proof to establish that he was terminated from employment or in the alternative that he was constructively discharged. At Trial, after Plaintiff’s testimony to establish that an involuntary termination of employment or constructive discharge had taken place, Royal Isabela argued a non-suit motion per local Rules of Civil Procedure and the Superior Court issued Judgment dismissing the claim and held that Plaintiff had voluntarily resigned from employment. This case is particularly significant because the ruling regarding that the employer has the initial burden of establishing that an unjust termination has occurred, is a novel matter as a consequence of the adoption of the Puerto Rico Labor Transformation and Flexibility Act (LTFA)  in 2017. Also, dismissal via non-suit is not frequently granted in our jurisdiction.
  • Puerto Rico Department of Treasury, November 2017: The Puerto Rico Department of Treasury in conjunction with the Puerto Rico Association for Certified Public Accountants invited me to train certified public accountants and general public regarding the Disaster Unemployment Insurance. Due to Hurricane María many employers had to terminate employees or reduce working hours. This triggered the Disaster Unemployment Insurance. Four training sessions were provided.
  • Widallys Rivera Quiñones v. The New 5-7-9 and Beyond, Inc., Case No. 15-3133, United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico: Our client is a well-known retail company in the women’s apparel industry. There were various claims related to some of the Puerto Rico stores which had a potential significant impact on the operations. Claim for alleged violation of the ADA Title III dispositions of architectural barriers in commercial facility were dismissed with prejudice.
  • William Vélez Valdivieso, et. V. MMM Holdings LLC, Civ. No. PO2018CV00139, Court of First Instance in Ponce: Judicial Claim filed by 9 former employees, which included a collective action and a class action suit including all employees and former employees of the employer in similar circumstances of the plaintiffs, seeking payment of alleged statutory vacation leave owed. Specifically, plaintiffs argued that their employment classification as outside salespersons exempted them from federal and state wage and hours laws but not from statutory vacation leave per local law. After the Initial Conference was held and before the discovery commenced, MMM Healthcare LLC moved to stay the discovery and filed motion for summary judgment. The Superior Court issued Summary Judgment dismissing the case with prejudice, which was confirmed by the Puerto Rico Court of Appeals. Plaintiffs filed Certiorari before the PR Supreme Court and the matter is now before their consideration. This case is particularly relevant and is being followed very closely by labor practitioners, since the controversy is a long standing one in our jurisdiction and the arguments presented by our firm are novel and groundbreaking.

Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker, “Cannabis Medicinal en el Empleo: Una Realidad”, PR Business Development Corp., October 2019
  • Speaker, “Sinopsis de los Últimos Desarrollos en la Legislación Laboral de Puerto Rico”, Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association (PRMA), August 2019
  • Speaker, “Patrono… ¡Sonríe, te Están Grabando!, SHRM-PR Annual Convention, August 2019
  • Speaker, “Cannabis Medicinal, Body Piercings y Tatuajes en el Empleo: Una Realidad”. This course is approved by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court for CLE 2.5 General Credits [LABO-2018-643]:
    • Colegio de Notarios de PR, September 2019
    • Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association, May 2019, June 2019 (Health Summit)
    • SHRM-PR, January 2019Speaker, “Medical Cannabis, Discrimination & the Employment”, Puerto Rico Judicial Academy, May 2019
  • Panelist, “Labor & Employment Law Student Outreach Event”, Inter American University of PR, sponsored by the American Bar Association, April 2019
  • Speaker, “Hostigamiento Sexual en el Empleo: ¿Qué es? ¿Dónde estamos?”, FBA-UPR, January 2019
  • Speaker, “A la Vanguardia en la Batalla Legal”, DOL Employer’s Division of Carolina, January 2019
  • Speaker, “The Problem is at the C-Suite, What do I do now?”, SHRM-PR, September 2018, May 2019
  • Speaker, “Cannabis Medicinal en el Empleo: Retos y Responsabilidades”, “A la Vanguardia en la Batalla Legal”, SHRM-PR – IGNITE 2017 (Annual Convention), December 2017
  • Lecturer, “Aspectos Legales de la Fuerza Laboral del Cannabis Medicinal”, “Protocolo para la Identificación de Pacientes y Acompañantes de Pacientes”, Cannaworks Institute, ongoing since January 2017
  • Speaker, “Realidad 2017: Las Políticas Empresariales que Nunca Pensaste Necesitabas”, Department of Labor Employer’s Division of Carolina & San Juan, January 2017; Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association (PRMA), February 2017
  • Speaker, “Realidad 2016: Las Políticas Empresariales que Nunca Pensaste Necesitabas”, SHRM-PR Annual Convention, September 2016
  • Speaker, “El Empleado Autorizado a Consumir el Cannabis Medicinal y la Ley 80”, Puerto Rico MedCann.Biz, October 2016
  • Continued Legal Education approved by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court, “Mediemos Más, Litiguemos Menos: Un Nuevo Enfoque”, Microjuris, March 2016
  • Speaker, “Domestic Violence in the Workplace”, PR Manufacturers Assoc. (PRMA), February 2016
  • Speaker, “El que Busca Encuentra… ¿Qué Hago con lo que Encuentro?”, SHRM, January 2016
  • Speaker, “Litiguemos Menos, Mediemos Más,” UPR National Association of Law Students (NALS), March 2015
  • Lecturer, “Judicial System & Legal Terminology Module,” Urban Solutions, Inc. (Leading provider of Mediation Certification), from 2014-2016
  • Speaker, “La Mediación en tu Caja de Herramientas,” Ferraiuoli LLC Labor & Employment Symposium, November 2014
  • Speaker, “Litiguemos Menos, Mediemos Más: Un Nuevo Enfoque,” Department of Labor of Puerto Rico (Employers Division, Carolina), November 2014
  • Speaker, “Litiguemos Menos, Mediemos Más: Un Nuevo Enfoque,” 41st SHRM-PR Annual Conference, September 2014
  • Speaker, “Alimentos: Orden de Retención de Ingresos en el Origen y la Responsabilidad Patronal,” 1era Conferencia de Derecho de Familia: Custodia y Alimentos, March 2013

Publications

  • “Vital la regulación del “smartphone” en el empleo”, El Vocero de Puerto Rico, July 2019
  • “Smartphones en el trabajo”, El Nuevo Día, June 2019
  • “Patrono: ¡SONRÍA! Sus empleados lo están grabando”, El Nuevo Día, June 2019
  • “Desventaja laboral para pacientes de cannabis medicinal”, El Vocero de Puerto Rico, April 2019
  • “Determinante la gestión ante el acoso sexual en el empleo”, El Vocero de Puerto Rico, September 2018
  • “Labor’s Silence on Medical Cannabis Fuels Uncertainty in the Workplace”, Caribbean Business PR, April 2017
  • “Incierta la protección a empleados que usan cannabis medicinal”, Caribbean Business PR (Spanish), April 2017
  • “Aclara dudas sobre el manejo de cannabis medicinal en el empleo”, Primera Hora, April 2017
  • El Nuevo Día:
    • “A lidiar con el cannabis medicinal en el trabajo”, April 2017
    • “Políticas Empresariales que nunca pensaste que necesitabas”, El Nuevo Día, Empleos, July 2016
    • “Mediación Laboral”, El Nuevo Día, Negocios, Minuto Empresarial, April 2015
  • Collaborator for Microjuris al Día:
    • “Desmitificar el Cannabis Medicinal en el Empleo”, November 2016
    • Tratamiento del paciente de cannabis medicinal en el lugar de empleo, October 2016
    • “Enmiendas flexibilizan los requisitos para uso y disponibilidad del cannabis medicinal”, September 2016
    • “Mediemos más, litiguemos menos: Un nuevo enfoque”  Abogada educa sobre la mediación como alternativa a la litigación tradicional, April 2016
    • “Ban the Box”: ¿Alguna vez has sido declarado culpable de un delito?, November 2015
    • Rol del Abogado en la Mediación,” March 2015
    • “Mediación Laboral,” February 2015
    • Es un Mediador, no es un Juez,” February 2015
    • “¿Qué es la Mediación?” January 2015
    • Consideremos los Métodos Alternos de Resolución de Disputas,” January 2015
  • Recurso Online; “Mediación … El Arte más Apacible – Mediemos Más, Litiguemos Menos,” December 2014
  • “Mediation: A New Approach to Reducing Litigation Costs,” www.ferraiuoli.com, August 2014

Get to know Nani

Why Ferraiuoli?

Because we think and act outside the box. We are a group of the most talented professionals with an innovative approach. We are business savvy with a no-nonsense approach.

Why do clients come to you?

My clients come to me because I am a seasoned litigator, with vast experience in Labor & Employment matters and a common sense approach. I will provide alternate solutions and focus on resolving the controversy in the most beneficial and expedite manner, whether it is thru litigation or thru attorney mediation.

My primary focus is my clients’ well-being. My clients see me as an accessible business partner with prompt accurate responses to their everyday needs.

What do you find most rewarding?

I find most rewarding when through team efforts with capable and direct communication we can advance our clients’ best interests. I also enjoy speaking engagements and sharing my experiences as an attorney with vast litigation experience. In the past years I have devoted significant time to matters related to the medical cannabis emerging industry. I have developed expertise in diversity and inclusion issues, particularly the medical cannabis employee and the workplace. Being part of a surfacing industry in our Island and navigating uncharted territory has given me enormous satisfaction

Representative Cases or Transactions

  • Angielu Arce v. Rainbow Apparel Company, Civ. No. A1CI201500838, Court of First Instance in Aguadilla: Obtained the dismissal of the Complaint for wrongful termination after the Court granted a Motion for Summary Judgment.
  • Cannaworks LLC: Provide legal advice in labor & employment matters in the medical cannabis industry. Have given over 100 presentations regarding medical cannabis and the workforce and the local and Federal regulatory framework. Have acquired considerable expertise in this area and the interplay with protective employment legislation.
  • Eddie Alberto Román v. Doctor’s Associates, Inc. d/b/a Subways and Caribbean Franchises, Inc., Case No. 17-1575, United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico: Alleged violation of ADA (service animals), filed before the USDC for the Western District of Texas by a customer of one Subway store located in Puerto Rico, owned by our client. We served as liaison with Texas counsel for Doctor’s Associates, Inc. in the development of defense strategy. We also engaged in conversations with Plaintiff, which lead to Plaintiff filing a Voluntary Dismissal against Caribbean Franchise. We later appeared as local counsel in Puerto Rico, for counsel from the State of Texas. The case was dismissed.
  • José Manuel Martínez Rivera v. Circo Group LLC, Civ. No. KPE2014-0885, Court of First Instance in San Juan: Same sex sexual harassment judicial complaint filed against Circo Group LLC, a well-known gay after-hours bar. After the taking of successful depositions and settlement conversations, Claimant filed Voluntary Dismissal of Claim. Circo did not have to pay any consideration in exchange for the dismissal.
  • Julied Rivera-Toll, et. als. v. MMM Holdings, Inc., Civ. No. ISCI2017-00408, Court of First Instance in Mayagüez: Claim filed by three Plaintiffs alleging unjustified termination. The Court of First Instance granted all three motions for summary judgment. The determination was upheld by the Puerto Rico Court of Appeals and the Puerto Rico Supreme Court.
  • Miguel Suárez Igartúa v. Royal Isabela, Inc., Civ. No. A1CI201700620, Court of First Instance in Aguadilla: Unjust termination judicial claim filed by former employee. Plaintiff alleged that he was terminated from employment without just cause by reason of his rejection of a new offer of employment modifying certain terms and conditions. The Superior Court agreed with the argument that Plaintiff had the initial burden of proof to establish that he was terminated from employment or in the alternative that he was constructively discharged. At Trial, after Plaintiff’s testimony to establish that an involuntary termination of employment or constructive discharge had taken place, Royal Isabela argued a non-suit motion per local Rules of Civil Procedure and the Superior Court issued Judgment dismissing the claim and held that Plaintiff had voluntarily resigned from employment. This case is particularly significant because the ruling regarding that the employer has the initial burden of establishing that an unjust termination has occurred, is a novel matter as a consequence of the adoption of the Puerto Rico Labor Transformation and Flexibility Act (LTFA)  in 2017. Also, dismissal via non-suit is not frequently granted in our jurisdiction.
  • Puerto Rico Department of Treasury, November 2017: The Puerto Rico Department of Treasury in conjunction with the Puerto Rico Association for Certified Public Accountants invited me to train certified public accountants and general public regarding the Disaster Unemployment Insurance. Due to Hurricane María many employers had to terminate employees or reduce working hours. This triggered the Disaster Unemployment Insurance. Four training sessions were provided.
  • Widallys Rivera Quiñones v. The New 5-7-9 and Beyond, Inc., Case No. 15-3133, United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico: Our client is a well-known retail company in the women’s apparel industry. There were various claims related to some of the Puerto Rico stores which had a potential significant impact on the operations. Claim for alleged violation of the ADA Title III dispositions of architectural barriers in commercial facility were dismissed with prejudice.
  • William Vélez Valdivieso, et. V. MMM Holdings LLC, Civ. No. PO2018CV00139, Court of First Instance in Ponce: Judicial Claim filed by 9 former employees, which included a collective action and a class action suit including all employees and former employees of the employer in similar circumstances of the plaintiffs, seeking payment of alleged statutory vacation leave owed. Specifically, plaintiffs argued that their employment classification as outside salespersons exempted them from federal and state wage and hours laws but not from statutory vacation leave per local law. After the Initial Conference was held and before the discovery commenced, MMM Healthcare LLC moved to stay the discovery and filed motion for summary judgment. The Superior Court issued Summary Judgment dismissing the case with prejudice, which was confirmed by the Puerto Rico Court of Appeals. Plaintiffs filed Certiorari before the PR Supreme Court and the matter is now before their consideration. This case is particularly relevant and is being followed very closely by labor practitioners, since the controversy is a long standing one in our jurisdiction and the arguments presented by our firm are novel and groundbreaking.

Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker, “Cannabis Medicinal en el Empleo: Una Realidad”, PR Business Development Corp., October 2019
  • Speaker, “Sinopsis de los Últimos Desarrollos en la Legislación Laboral de Puerto Rico”, Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association (PRMA), August 2019
  • Speaker, “Patrono… ¡Sonríe, te Están Grabando!, SHRM-PR Annual Convention, August 2019
  • Speaker, “Cannabis Medicinal, Body Piercings y Tatuajes en el Empleo: Una Realidad”. This course is approved by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court for CLE 2.5 General Credits [LABO-2018-643]:
    • Colegio de Notarios de PR, September 2019
    • Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association, May 2019, June 2019 (Health Summit)
    • SHRM-PR, January 2019Speaker, “Medical Cannabis, Discrimination & the Employment”, Puerto Rico Judicial Academy, May 2019
  • Panelist, “Labor & Employment Law Student Outreach Event”, Inter American University of PR, sponsored by the American Bar Association, April 2019
  • Speaker, “Hostigamiento Sexual en el Empleo: ¿Qué es? ¿Dónde estamos?”, FBA-UPR, January 2019
  • Speaker, “A la Vanguardia en la Batalla Legal”, DOL Employer’s Division of Carolina, January 2019
  • Speaker, “The Problem is at the C-Suite, What do I do now?”, SHRM-PR, September 2018, May 2019
  • Speaker, “Cannabis Medicinal en el Empleo: Retos y Responsabilidades”, “A la Vanguardia en la Batalla Legal”, SHRM-PR – IGNITE 2017 (Annual Convention), December 2017
  • Lecturer, “Aspectos Legales de la Fuerza Laboral del Cannabis Medicinal”, “Protocolo para la Identificación de Pacientes y Acompañantes de Pacientes”, Cannaworks Institute, ongoing since January 2017
  • Speaker, “Realidad 2017: Las Políticas Empresariales que Nunca Pensaste Necesitabas”, Department of Labor Employer’s Division of Carolina & San Juan, January 2017; Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association (PRMA), February 2017
  • Speaker, “Realidad 2016: Las Políticas Empresariales que Nunca Pensaste Necesitabas”, SHRM-PR Annual Convention, September 2016
  • Speaker, “El Empleado Autorizado a Consumir el Cannabis Medicinal y la Ley 80”, Puerto Rico MedCann.Biz, October 2016
  • Continued Legal Education approved by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court, “Mediemos Más, Litiguemos Menos: Un Nuevo Enfoque”, Microjuris, March 2016
  • Speaker, “Domestic Violence in the Workplace”, PR Manufacturers Assoc. (PRMA), February 2016
  • Speaker, “El que Busca Encuentra… ¿Qué Hago con lo que Encuentro?”, SHRM, January 2016
  • Speaker, “Litiguemos Menos, Mediemos Más,” UPR National Association of Law Students (NALS), March 2015
  • Lecturer, “Judicial System & Legal Terminology Module,” Urban Solutions, Inc. (Leading provider of Mediation Certification), from 2014-2016
  • Speaker, “La Mediación en tu Caja de Herramientas,” Ferraiuoli LLC Labor & Employment Symposium, November 2014
  • Speaker, “Litiguemos Menos, Mediemos Más: Un Nuevo Enfoque,” Department of Labor of Puerto Rico (Employers Division, Carolina), November 2014
  • Speaker, “Litiguemos Menos, Mediemos Más: Un Nuevo Enfoque,” 41st SHRM-PR Annual Conference, September 2014
  • Speaker, “Alimentos: Orden de Retención de Ingresos en el Origen y la Responsabilidad Patronal,” 1era Conferencia de Derecho de Familia: Custodia y Alimentos, March 2013

Publications

  • “Vital la regulación del “smartphone” en el empleo”, El Vocero de Puerto Rico, July 2019
  • “Smartphones en el trabajo”, El Nuevo Día, June 2019
  • “Patrono: ¡SONRÍA! Sus empleados lo están grabando”, El Nuevo Día, June 2019
  • “Desventaja laboral para pacientes de cannabis medicinal”, El Vocero de Puerto Rico, April 2019
  • “Determinante la gestión ante el acoso sexual en el empleo”, El Vocero de Puerto Rico, September 2018
  • “Labor’s Silence on Medical Cannabis Fuels Uncertainty in the Workplace”, Caribbean Business PR, April 2017
  • “Incierta la protección a empleados que usan cannabis medicinal”, Caribbean Business PR (Spanish), April 2017
  • “Aclara dudas sobre el manejo de cannabis medicinal en el empleo”, Primera Hora, April 2017
  • El Nuevo Día:
    • “A lidiar con el cannabis medicinal en el trabajo”, April 2017
    • “Políticas Empresariales que nunca pensaste que necesitabas”, El Nuevo Día, Empleos, July 2016
    • “Mediación Laboral”, El Nuevo Día, Negocios, Minuto Empresarial, April 2015
  • Collaborator for Microjuris al Día:
    • “Desmitificar el Cannabis Medicinal en el Empleo”, November 2016
    • Tratamiento del paciente de cannabis medicinal en el lugar de empleo, October 2016
    • “Enmiendas flexibilizan los requisitos para uso y disponibilidad del cannabis medicinal”, September 2016
    • “Mediemos más, litiguemos menos: Un nuevo enfoque”  Abogada educa sobre la mediación como alternativa a la litigación tradicional, April 2016
    • “Ban the Box”: ¿Alguna vez has sido declarado culpable de un delito?, November 2015
    • Rol del Abogado en la Mediación,” March 2015
    • “Mediación Laboral,” February 2015
    • Es un Mediador, no es un Juez,” February 2015
    • “¿Qué es la Mediación?” January 2015
    • Consideremos los Métodos Alternos de Resolución de Disputas,” January 2015
  • Recurso Online; “Mediación … El Arte más Apacible – Mediemos Más, Litiguemos Menos,” December 2014
  • “Mediation: A New Approach to Reducing Litigation Costs,” www.ferraiuoli.com, August 2014