Partner Named One of the Top 50 Women-Led Florida Business Leaders

Alvarez Diaz-Silveira LLP is pleased to announce that Partner Colleen Grady has been named as one of the Top 50 Women-led Business Leaders in Florida by the collaborative project of The Commonwealth Institute, its Program Partner Wells Fargo and its Research Partner, Kaufman Rossin. She will be one of the honorees at The 14th Annual Top Women Awards Luncheon on May 9th.

Colleen was also recently named Managing Partner of the Firm and serves as the Co-Chair of its very active Woman’s Initiative that is a joint effort with León Cosgrove LLP, a Miami-based litigation firm.

“Colleen is a firm leader and forward-looking individual who well deserves this recognition,” stated Tony Alvarez, a founder of the firm.  “She is dedicated to building diversity and excellence and works tirelessly for her clients and colleagues,” he noted.

Colleen is a member of the firm’s corporate practice.  She has been recognized for her excellence in providing added-value counseling to her clients.  Prior to joining the firm, Colleen practiced at White & Case LLP, in the Miami, Stockholm and Helsinki offices of the firm before teaching at Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center.  Colleen was recognized in 2018 by the Daily Business Review as Most Effective Lawyer in the category of International Transactions for her work as lead U.S. counsel to Dometic AB in its $875 million acquisition of SeaStar Solutions form affiliates of New York-based private equity firm American Securities LLC. She was also a part of the firm’s team that won the Daily Business Review’s 2015 Top Dealmaker of the Year for the industrial category for work in representing the purchaser of an interest in a liquid natural gas processing plan in Trinidad and Tobago.

Alvarez & Diaz-Silveira LLP is a Miami based transactional law firm focused on international and domestic M&A, finance, real estate and corporate immigration, serving leading companies, family offices and high net worth individuals.