Berger Singerman’s Adriana Kostencki Named an ‘On The Rise’ Honoree by Daily Business Review
MIAMI – Berger Singerman, Florida’s business law firm, is pleased to announce that Adriana Kostencki, has been named an ‘On The Rise’ honoree by the Daily Business Review. She will be recognized at the Professional Excellence Awards luncheon on May 30, 2018, at the Rusty Pelican in Miami.
The Daily Business Review’s 2018 Professional Excellence Awards recognize exemplary work by attorneys in the legal profession and the community. The ‘On the Rise’ honorees are selected based on their expertise in their practice areas, as well as their commitment to pro bono, charitable and professional volunteer work.
“Adriana is deeply committed to her career and to her community. Her ability to connect with her clients and understand their perspectives and business goals in respect of immigration and other matters, her unwavering drive to succeed, and her passion for Latin America set her apart,” said Paul Steven Singerman, Co-Chair of Berger Singerman. “We congratulate Adriana on this well-deserved recognition.”
A partner with Berger Singerman since 2016, Kostencki focuses her practice on a wide range of business immigration and international and complex commercial litigation matters, with a particular focus on Latin America. She manages a diverse practice that is comprised of individual, start-up, mid-size, and large multinational companies encompassing a broad range of industry sectors, including shipping & trade, manufacturing, technology, media advertising, finance, construction, and professional services. Her experience as a multilingual attorney licensed to practice in the U.S. and Venezuela gives her valuable insight in the field of Latin American – U.S. business transactions.
A frequent and sought-out speaker and writer on immigration issues, Kostencki recently served as President of the Venezuelan-American Chamber of Commerce, in which she is the youngest person to ever hold this position. In addition, she is currently serving a two-year term as President of the Venezuelan American National Bar Association, where she is also the youngest board member.