Isidoro RodriguezJe suis expatrié.
Je suis Portoricain, et je vis en Colombie. Je vis en ce moment à Barranquilla.
At the outset although my wife, our 9-year-old son, and I have resided in Annandale, Virginia since 2000, we have continued to maintain and return each year to our main office and home respectively in Barranquilla, and Santa Veronica, Colombia. However, now that our oldest son has completed undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech, and soon will complete his graduate studies at Harvard, we are seeking to return to Colombia to reside and work there full time. I went to the Republic of Colombia in 1983 as Assistant General Counsel/Contracts Administrator for Morrison Knudsen International, Boise, Idaho, on its $2 Billion Exxon Coal Mine Cerrejon Project. My responsibilities included resolution of labor/employment and immigration issues, contract claims, managing outside counsel firms, financial agreements, etc., involved in the construction of a deep water port, 154 km heavy gage rail road, and 15 million metric ton open pit mine. Subsequently, from 1987 to the present, I established and have maintained in both in Virginia and Colombia: (1) Rodriguez & Rodriguez Consultants, specialized in advising on U.S./Colombian entities in South American business development in Colombia; and, (2) The Law Offices of Isidoro Rodriguez, specialized in federal litigation on behaolf of nonresident US/Colombian citizens involving corporate law, Constitutional law, forfeiture law, U.S. immigration, civil rights, and labor/employment law, i.e. I successfully petitioned and argued before the United States Supreme Court, Katia Gutierrez de Martinez v. Lamargno and DEA, 115 S.Ct. 2227; 132 L.Ed.2d 375 (1995)(confirmed right to Article III judicial review of the U.S. Attorney General s determination). I also served as Legal Representative to Sea Search Armada LP/Armada Company, managing their complex contracts litigation on their claim to treasure trove against the Republic of Colombia valued at $17 Billion USD, described by Congressmen Benjamin A. Gilman, Dan Burton, and Phil M. Crane, as the "largest private claim by American citizens against a foreign state pending in the world.” A summary of my earlier positions prior to going to Colombia are: White House appointment as Director of Office of Civil Rights USDA; Acting Legal Counsel to the Office of the Mayor, Office of Personnel, City of Washington, D.C.; and Special Assistant the Assistant Secretary of Education, HEW and was Special Advisor White House Study on the Economic Conditions of Puerto Rico.
Je parle English, Spanish, French
Mon anniversaire est le 4 Avril, je suis né en 1946
Dans la vie, j'aime
arts, carpentry, reading
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