Carlos Loumiet (AM Holt)
Carlos Loumiet, formerly a partner at DLA Piper, Hunton & Williams and Greenberg Traurig, has moved to Broad and Cassel’s Miami office.
Loumiet, a partner in the firm’s corporate and securities practice group, has more than 35 years experience representing clients around the world, including governments, banks and entrepreneurs.
He was the principal author of Florida’s International Arbitration Act and served on the board of the American Arbitration Association. He also serves as vice chair of the Florida Bar’s Caribbean law committee and is a board member and pro bono general counsel to the National Latino Education Research and Policy Project.
Loumiet was most recently at DLA Piper in Miami. He previously co-chaired Hunton & Williams’ international practice and chaired the international and banking practices at Greenberg Traurig.
In 2012, Loumiet sued the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency for $4 million, alleging the agency targeted him and Miami’s defunct Hamilton Bank partly because of anti-Hispanic bias.
Broad and Cassel has 35 attorneys in Miami and 170 attorneys statewide.