Veronica Tejada Lacayo, Esq.


  • University of Texas, LLM in International Law, 2007
  • University of Miami, J.D., 2004
  • Universidad Privada Boliviana, Bacherlor's in Law, 2001


  • “Jurisdictional Discovery: The First Major Battle Between the Plaintiff and a Foreign Defendant” International Law Quarterly, Vol. XIII, No. 3, The Florida Bar.
  • “Do it Like they Do it, but Better: The Art of Negotiating Entertainment Contracts with the Chinese” International Law Quarterly, Vol. XXV, No. 2, The Florida Bar.
  • “Enjoining Parallel Proceedings in Foreign Jurisdictions” International Articles, Summer 2012, International Committee of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association.
  • Contributing author to Russell Dumbrow, Nancy A. Matos, ABA Guide to International Bar Admissions (2012).

Court Admissions

  • The Florida Bar
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
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Veronica Tejada Lacayo has successfully been representing her clients’ best interests for over a decade. She has litigated an array of disputes ranging from breach of contract cases, shareholder disputes and business torts in the nature of actions for fraud, civil theft, misappropriation of trade secrets, fraudulent transfers and unfair trade practices cases. Ms. Tejada Lacayo has also represented clients in commercial foreclosures and appeals in federal and state courts. In the international arena she has represented foreign individuals and companies in international business disputes pending in state and federal courts in the United States and before the International Centre for Dispute Resolution.

Ms. Tejada Lacayo’s years of litigating diverse contracts have given her the tools and experience necessary to draft and negotiate several kinds of agreements. She knows what cases generally end in litigation and therefore uses a preventive approach when drafting those agreements for her clients. Ms. Tejada Lacayo is also a certified Circuit Civil Mediator who enjoys helping parties reach mutually agreed solutions to their problems.

Ms. Tejada Lacayo’s ability to relate to her clients and to capture the important details in any matter have given her the skills to represent them in an effective and cost efficient manner. Ms. Tejada Lacayo founded Tejada Lacayo, P.A. to better serve her clients. Through her practice she seeks to leverage the resources needed to be successful with the simplicity and cost efficiencies that only small firms can provide to their clients.