Luis is from Santa Clara, Cuba. In 2008 he immigrated to the United States in pursuit of a better future.
Luis has always been an avid student of history, religion, and foreign languages. In 2014 he attended the University of Miami, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Classics, cum laude, with a concentration in Ancient Greek and Latin and a minor in Judaic Studies.
His passion for the humanities led him to pursue a legal career. In May 2018, he received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Miami School of Law, and was admitted to the Florida Bar soon thereafter.
Luis is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. He can also have advanced knowledge of French, Italian and Hebrew.
In October 2018, he joined the Firm as an associate attorney.
- Commercial Litigation
Juris Doctor, University of Miami School of Law, Miami, FL
Bachelors of Arts in Classics, University of Miami, Miami, FL, Cum Laude
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Florida Bar