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Eduardo A. Maura, Esq.


2490 Coral Way, Ste 401
Miami, FL 33145

Phone: (305) 570-2208
Fax: (305) 503-7206

I am from Lima-Peru. Prior to my legal career, I was a consecrated lay in the Catholic Church where I held positions of leadership and studied theology and philosophy.

In 2002, I arrived in the United States as an immigrant with 400 dollars and a lot of dreams. But I was not afraid. I always admired the possibilities this country had to offer. During my initial years, I worked in the restaurant industry as a waiter, driver, cook, and restaurant manager. After few years in the industry, in 2006, I became a successful restaurant owner.

But the restaurant business did fulfill me professionally. Essentially an immigrant, I wanted to be involved in a trade where—while making a living—could at the same time help others that were in a position of disadvantage. Coming from a philosophy and theology background, the legal profession suited well my goals and skills.

In 2008, I went to FIU College of Law where I did well as a student. I graduated at the top of my class and was included in the dean’s list four out of six semesters. In Law School, I received the CALI Excellence Award in my Law and Politics in Latin America class for my research on the Mexican Constitution.

I started developing my advocacy skills working as a certified Legal Intern for Legal Services of Greater Miami. In Legal Services, I represented low-income people in landlord-tenant disputes. Later, I worked for the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic at FIU where I tried several cases in Immigration Court obtaining Asylum, Cancelation of Removal or relief under the Convention Against Torture for my clients.

In May 2011, after graduation from law school, I worked for large firms in Miami where I also practiced commercial litigation. In January 2013, I decided to start my own practice with the goal of providing competent, valuable legal representation to immigrants and businesses, specially from South America.

My practice areas include Immigration, Real Estate Transactions, Civil Litigation, Mergers and Acquisitions, among others.

I am fluent in English, Spanish. I also understand and speak some Italian and Portuguese.

  • Class Actions
  • Immigration
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Consumer Litigation
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Business Transactions
  • 2011
    Juris Doctor, Florida International University College of Law, Miami, FL
  • 2008
    Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy, Florida International University, Miami, FL
    Cum Laude


  • Gabvac Inc. v. Eli Towing and Transport Inc. No. 2020-CA-002456 (10th Circuit of Florida, 2023).
    Illegal Tow and sale of a vehicle. Represented the Plaintiff. Verdict for the Plaintiff for the value of the vehicle ($32,650). Prevailing Party fees under F.S. §713.78.
  • Pawana Tan v. Audubon Villas at Hunter’s Creek, et at. No. 2019-CA-003615-O (9th Circuit of Florida, 2022).
    Illegal Towing. Represented the Plaintiffs. Verdict for the Plaintiff for value of the Car ($5,500). Prevailing Party fees under F.S. §715.07.
  • Agricola Cuyuma SA v. Corona Seeds, Inc. No. CV 17-8220—DMG, (U.S. Central District of California 2021).
    Products Liability case. Represented the Plaintiffs. Verdict for the Plaintiffs. Verdict value: $300,000 approx.
  • Cook Commercial Realty, Inc., v. Luis Sosa., 2017-021863-CA (11th Circuit of Florida, 2019).
    Contract Dispute. Represented the Defendant. Verdict for the Defendants. No liability plus attorneys fees for Ayala’s client.
  • Orfeka Group LLC v. B&W Heavy Equipment, Inc., 2016-015180-CA (11th Circuit of Florida, 2018).
    Real Estate Dispute. Represented the Plaintiffs. Verdict for the Plaintiffs. Verdict value: $600,000 approx. Includes trust over a large land.


  • SC Mota Associates Ltd. P’ship v. Mota Pizza Rustica Corp., 358 So. 3d 823, 826 (Fla. 3d DCA 2023).
    Read the opinion.
  • Peaceful Paws Memorial Services LLC, v. Karen Tarves, 3d23-348, 2023 WL 4916055 (3rd DCA Aug. 2, 2023).
    Read the opinion.
  • Forte v. All Cty. Towing Inc., No. 4D21-1379, 2022 Fla. App. LEXIS 2049 (4th DCA Mar. 23, 2022).
    Read the opinion.
  • Florida Bar
  • District of Columbia Bar
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
  • United States Court of Appeal for the Eleventh Circuit
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund
  • The Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar
  • Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS)
  • Catholic Legal Services (Member of the Board of Directors)
  • 2024 Best Lawyer for Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Plaintiffs.
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