J.D., University of Puerto Rico
School of Law
B.A., University of Puerto Rico
Mergers & Acquisitions
Energy and Utilities
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
District of Columbia
U.S. Court of Appeals
for the First Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals
for the Federal Circuit
U.S. Claims Court
U.S. Tax Court
Bar Professional & Civic Affiliations:
American Bar Association,
Sections on Tort and Insurance Practice, Health Law, Business Law, Administrative Law
Puerto Rico International
Pedro I. Vidal-Cordero is a Capital Member of Vidal, Nieves & Bauzá, LLC
Mr. Vidal is a corporate law attorney with over 25 years of professional experience and a deep understanding of the Puerto Rico business environment. Mr. Vidal’s practice covers regulatory, transactional and compliance matters related with the establishment and operations of insurance companies, including international insurers, reinsurers and captives operating under the Puerto Rico International Insurance Center, as well as other entities engaged in the sale of insurance and other regulated financial institutions. Mr. Vidal is also experienced in the area of health law and has represented hospitals, clinical laboratories, health care plans, life sciences companies, drug wholesalers and other business concerns. He has ample experience in representing and counseling international and domestic and international clients doing business in Puerto Rico, and regularly advises clients in corporate reorganizations, re-domestications, conversions, mergers and purchase and sale transactions. He represents pharmaceutical companies, distributors, and other health care facilities in licensing, contracting and compliance with product registration, and sales requirements.
Mr. Vidal has been actively involved in representing project developers and institutional lenders in the development, financing and construction of renewable energy projects. His experience encompasses both utility-scale, distributed rooftop solar and net-metering projects.
He has represented clients in major transactions such as: establishing operations under the “Puerto Rico International Insurance Center” and procuring tax-exemption grants for international insurers, and Act No. 20 service export companies; the construction financing of a wind energy farm; the development, financing and construction of a commercial scale solar energy project; the purchase of a controlling interest in a local cable TV operator; the purchase of a controlling interest in a local dental insurer; the purchase of Puerto Rico assets of a global medical products supplier; the divesture of local hospital facilities; the sale of the operations of a national health care provider; the purchase of a controlling interest in several clinical laboratories, specialty ambulatory surgical facility; and the purchase of several hospitals.