r. Carlos Arboleda is a founder partner of Arboleda Brechner, specializing in commercial litigation and Bankruptcy.
He was born on Venezuela and speaks Spanish fluently.
He received a Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy from Colgate University (1990), a Masters in Business Administration from Northern Arizona University (1993), and a Juris Doctor from University of Arizona (1996).
He is licensed to practice before State and Federal Court in Arizona. Federal Courts in Colorado, and the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. However, he regularly represents client in other jurisdictions on a pro hac vice basis.
He regularly teaches and writes on the bankruptcy subject and other related matters, including most recently, on the economic analysis associated with strategy default of mortgages.
Representative cases for Mr. Arboleda include prosecuting a $980 million involuntary bankruptcy against an unlicensed mezzanine-lender captive to Mortgages Limited, prosecution of multiple appeals in state and federal courts, and representation of clients interest before trial courts.