Author: muddlaw

John E. Mudd is an attorney and legal analyst admitted to the practice of law in Puerto Rico, the P.R. Federal District Court, the First and Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He received his J.D. from the University of Puerto Rico Law School in1982. He also holds a Masters Degree from Boston University in International Relations focusing in Middle Eastern Studies. He started his litigation career as an attorney in the federal división for the PR Department of Justice. After that, he worked for many years for Ortiz Toro-Ortiz Brunet where he participated in some of the most high profile cases in PR, including the Dupont Plaza Litigation, Rio Piedras Explosion, Tobacco Litigation (lead counsel) and the Airplane Crash in Cali, Colombia. Now a solo practitioner for more than ten years, Mr. Mudd specializes in Class Actions, Bankruptcy , Constitutional Law , Mass tort litigation and Intricate Federal Issues. He also gives seminars for continued legal education. Currently, you can find him Fridays at 5:00 pm with Luis Davila Colon at El Azote, he also makes occasional tv/radio appearances. In his free time, Mr. Mudd enjoys bread baking, reading and his blog. He currently resides in Guaynabo with his wife Viviana, daughter Sara and three crazy cats. Contact information can be found in his blog

Lic. John Mudd explica: ¿Cómo afectaría al pueblo una quiebra del gobierno de Puerto Rico? NotiUno630


Examining Puerto Rico’s Financial Future Under PROMESA Oversight Board – Episode 190

Examining Puerto Rico’s Financial Future Under PROMESA Oversight Board – Episode 190

ABI Executive Director Sam Gerdano talks with John E. Mudd, an attorney and respected legal commentator in Puerto Rico, who has closely followed the territory’s debt crisis. He provides insight on the Financial Control Board created by the “Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act” (PROMESA).