Jason P. Ramos Joins Berlin Patten

Jason P. Ramos, ESQ.

The law firm of Berlin Patten is pleased to announce that Jason P. Ramos has joined the firm as an Associate. Mr. Ramos will practice in the areas of Real Estate Litigation, Consumer Bankruptcy and Immigration. He will be based in the firm’s Sarasota office.

Mr. Ramos received his undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, in Biology from Sacred Heart University in San Juan. In 2003, he received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law.

Mr. Ramos is licensed to practice law in Federal and State Courts in both the State of Florida and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. He is fluent in Spanish and has extensive experience in matters pertaining to Commercial Litigation, Bankruptcy and Immigration. His background and unique insight will make him a valuable addition to the expanding Berlin Patten litigation team.

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