Tuesday, July 26, 2011


CORAL GABLES, FL (July 25, 2011) – Infante Zumpano announced today that Noelia E. Moreno, president of the Latin Builders Association, has joined the firm as Of Counsel. Prior to joining Infante Zumpano, Moreno was Vice President of Sales and Administration and co-owner of Moralmar Kitchen Cabinets, Inc.

In her new role, Moreno will serve as a legal advisor to business owners in a wide variety of industries, with a special emphasis on construction. Her practice areas include commercial insurance, risk management, vendor and contractor relations, assisting business owners in adopting growth strategies, the legal complexities associated with such a process, and the winding down of a business.

“Noelia is a perfect addition to our growing firm,” said Emil R. Infante, co-managing partner and co-founder of the Coral Gables-based firm. “Our legal team has first-hand experience in navigating through the maze of government contracts and other issues that arise for minority-owned businesses and this gives us a natural synergy with the Latin Builders Association,” Infante added. “Noelia complements our corporate practice and will be instrumental in expanding the scope of services the firm provides to its clients,” added Carlos A. Zumpano, co-managing partner and co-founder of the firm.

A certified professional life coach, Moreno graduated from the University of Miami, School of Business Administration in 1986 and received her J.D. from the University of Miami, School of Law in 1988. She sits on the Executive Board of the Latin Builder's Association and served for the past two years as the publisher ofProyecto Magazine, the official magazine of the Latin Builder's Association. She was elected in 2009 as the first female president of the Latin Builders Association.

Moreno is the recipient of the Director of the Year and Leadership Awards from the Latin Builder's Association, and she has been recognized for her work with the Estella Project, which oversees re-construction efforts in building homes for needy families throughout South Florida. She was named one of Latina Magazine’s ‘Hispanic Women of Distinction’ as well as a ‘Young at Art’ Children’s Museum’s Women of Vision.

Moreno sits on the University of Miami, School of Business Advisory Board and the University of Miami Alumni Association Board. Additionally, Moreno donates her resources and time as an advocate of Lawyers for Children. She resides in Miami Lakes with her husband Richard, son Jordan and step son Justin.

Infante Zumpano announced last month that it will be opening offices in New York and San Juan, Puerto Rico and relocating in Palm Beach County to Boca Raton and West Palm Beach to expand its services and client portfolio. In addition to announcing the new office locations, the firm shortened its name to Infante Zumpano, after the two founding members.

Infante Zumpano is one of the largest certified minority-owned law firms in Florida, providing a broad range of legal services. The firm's practice areas include corporate, banking and insurance, real estate, family office services, general litigation, labor and employment, bankruptcy and reorganization, entertainment and data privacy. The firm is based in Coral Gables with satellite offices in Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, Venezuela, Bolivia and the Dominican Republic. For more information, call 305.503.2990 or log ontowww.infantezumpano.com


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