Posted: October 25th, 2012 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Jaensch Immigration Law Firm | Tags: Cesar Gomez, Colombia, Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce, International law, Stetson School of Law | No Comments »
Cesar Gomez received a law degree from the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia. He practiced law in Colombia for several years, advising corporations and non-profits, before coming to the United States.
From 2007 to 2010 Cesar was executive director of the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce. During this time the chamber’s membership more than doubled.
In 2010 Cesar began studying for a Masters in International Law (LLM) at Stetson. While at Stetson he served as the LLM liason to the International Law Society and as the school’s representative to the Committee on Foreign Relations in Tampa.
In addition to working with Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, Cesar currently serves as the Vice Chair of ABA Section of International Law: Young Lawyers Interest Network and on the board of the Community Leadership Council of USF.
We are very pleased to have Mr. Gomez working with us.
Read Cesar Gomez’s full resume.
Attorney Cesar Gomez
Posted: August 16th, 2012 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Employer & Student Visas, Sarasota Immigrants | Tags: Colombia, Florida, International Business Council of Florida, Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, Sarasota Florida | No Comments »
A few weeks ago, Jaensch Immigration Law Firm was invited to attend the annual International Business Lunch hosted by Jorge Chacon and the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce. The International Business Lunch was started as a way to build connections between Florida’s Sun Coast and Latin America.
Michael Marquet, Marketing Coordinator at Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, attended the lunch along with representatives from several US-Latin American Chambers of Commerce, local business people and county commissioners.
The topic of discussion this year was Colombia. Jay Almeida, President and CEO of the International Business Council of Florida, spoke about the opportunities that this now largely peaceful country presents. Colombia has signed several new free trade agreements in recent years. Their free trade agreement with the United States was ratified this spring. Both sides stand to gain from the opening of Colombia’s economy to trade. Colombia’s proximity to the United States makes it an ideal gateway for goods coming into or out of South America. Moreover, Colombia’s lack of a large government debt and low inflation rate make for stable economic projections moving forward.
Jaensch Immigration Law Firm can enable any international entrepreneur or investor who wants to come to the Sun Coast to do so legally and for an extended period of time.
Michael enjoyed making new connections at the lunch. Some of the people he met were:
Hosts Jorge Chacon and Jose Mendez
Manatee County Commissioners Larry Bustle and John Chappie with Carlos Buqueras, Director of Port Manatee
Host Jose Mendez with business consultant Luis Soto.
From left to right: Jorge Chacon, Cesar G. Gomez, Jay Almeida, Hasmukh and Nina Ghandhi