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Guerra & Partners Named Best Lawyers® 2024 “Best Law Firms”

Guerra & Partners announced today that the firm was named in the 2024 Edition of “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®.  Guerra & Partners was recognized in the Tampa Metropolitan ranking as a Tier 1 firm in the areas of Commercial Litigation and Litigation – Banking & Finance.


Chemere Ellis Tapped For Leadership Roles In Multiple Bar Organizations

Guerra & Partners is pleased to announce that Chemere Ellis has been selected to Co-chair the Securities Law Section of the Hillsborough County Bar Association (HCBA) and Chair the Scholarship Committee of the George Edgecomb Bar Association (GEBA). Chemere’s selection to these leadership roles is a testament to her passion for public service and commitment to personal and professional growth.


Guerra & Partners Prevails In Summary Judgment

George Guerra and Chemere Ellis won summary judgment on behalf of their clients in a commercial business dispute. The matter involved breach of contract claims filed against our clients, an individual and several of his corporate entities, in Hillsborough County Circuit Court.


Guerra & Partners Honors Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Congress first established Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in 1992. The month of May was selected due to the arrival of the nation’s first Japanese immigrants on May 7, 1843, and Chinese workers’ pivotal role in building the transcontinental railroad (completed May 10, 1869). In 2021, it was expanded to include Native Hawaiians.


Guerra & Partners Honors Memorial Day

Although Memorial Day weekend is filled with barbeques, pool parties, and the celebration of the start of Summer, Memorial Day is a day to honor the courageous men and women who have died in service to our country. The holiday was originally known as “Decoration Day,” and originated as early as the late 1860s after the end of the Civil War.