Omar is an associate at Marini Pietrantoni Muniz. He focuses his practice on commercial litigation such as insurance law, complex contractual claims, torts, First Amendment cases, and litigation before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) among others. Omar graduated, summa cum laude, from the University of Puerto Rico in 2014 with a BA in Economics and earning the university’s Award for Academic Excellence. Omar also graduated from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law in 2017 and with the highest GPA of the 2017 law school class. While in law school, Omar served as a writer and editor of the University of Puerto Rico Law Review. Omar published various articles in the University of Puerto Rico Law Review, one regarding Sovereign Immunity and the other discussing the Access to Justice of Pro Se Litigants in the courts of Puerto Rico. Omar was also an intern at the Puerto Rico Supreme Court for Justice Pabon Charneco and Justice Rivera Garcia. He temporarily left the firm in July 2019 to pursue an LLM at the University of Illinois College of Law which he finished with high honors in May 2020.
During the LLM program Omar focused on studying complex civil litigation and constitutional topics related to his practice at the firm. Throughout the LLM he served as graduate research assistant to Professor Jamelle Sharpe and helped him draft his upcoming Administrative Law and Procedure casebook.
Omar is admitted to practice law in Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the United District Court for the District of Puerto Rico.