In late September, Miami-based FisherBroyles partner Irene Oria was sworn in as the incoming president of the Hispanic National Bar Association. Oria first joined the Hispanic Bar in law school in the 1990s and served as the organization’s Florida president in 2015. She is a commercial litigator who has recently focused her practice on class-action defense in the financial services and insurance sector.

The Daily Business Review spoke with her about her upcoming priorities, which include working to ensure the 2020 United States election is secure and educating and discussing the controversial Helms-Burton litigation making its way through the courts.

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