Karina Y. Camacho Ojeda

Limited Member

Karina Camacho is a Limited Member in the Corporate Practice Group of the Firm since 2013. Ms. Camacho’s practice has focused on the areas of corporate finance, securities, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, secured transactions and general corporate matters.  She also has experience in project financings in emerging markets, mainly in the oil and gas and mining industries in Latin America.
In the corporate finance and securities area, Ms. Camacho represents private and public companies in corporate, corporate governance and United States federal securities law matters.  She has represented foreign issuers and underwriters in multiple securities offerings, including sovereign offerings, unregistered and registered debt offerings, equity offerings and private placements for corporations and financial institutions.
In the mergers and acquisitions area, Karina has participated in several transactions, representing sellers through various stages of stock and asset sales in connection with strategic acquisitions and divestitures. 


Place of birth:


Ponce, PR

Education:


  •  B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico, Magna Cum Laude
  • J.D. from Howard University School of Law, Cum Laude, 2005

Bar Admissions:


    Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, 2012
    New York, 2006
    New Jersey, 2005
    United States Patent and Trademark Office Patent Bar Attorney, 2005

 

Practice Areas:

Publications:


  • Co-author intellectual property article entitled “Thumbnail Hazards”, Copyright World (May 2006).
  • The United States-Puerto Rico Relationship: Incomplete Decolonization, 48 How.L. J. 491, 512 (2004). 

Past Employment Experience:


Before joining the firm, Ms. Camacho was an Income Member at McConnell Valdés LLC and an Associate at Sullivan and Cromwell LLP.

Professional Associations and Memberships:


•American Bar Association
•New York Bar Association


Contact Information:

Email:
kcamacho@pmalaw.com

Phone:
787-274-4911

Fax:
787-274-1470

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