Colón is a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers. His emphasis is in all forms of public finance, commercial transactions, corporations, partnerships, commercial lending, real estate and secured (asset based) transactions, mergers and acquisitions, asset purchase agreements, employment matters, contract drafting and negotiation, and other related corporate and business matters.
Until 2003, Mr. Colón was employed as Senior Counsel with Bechtel Corporation, a global engineering-construction organization that provides technical, management and related services to develop, manage, engineer, build and operate installations for customers worldwide. His emphasis was in the negotiation of multi-million dollar engineering, procurement and construction contracts for pipeline, petroleum and chemicals projects in the United States and Latin America.
- Business Law
- Commercial Transactions
- Public Finance
- Real Estate Law
- University of Houston, Ph.D. – Political Science, 2003
- University of Houston, M.A., 2000
- Boston University School of Law LL.M., 1986
- University of Houston, J.D., 1984
- University of Houston, M.B.A. – Finance, 1984
- University of Houston, B.B.A – Economics (cum laude), 1980
- Partner, West & Associates, L.L.P.
- Edgardo E. Colón, P.C. (2003-2017)
- Bechtel Corporation (1996-2003)
- State Bar of Texas
- United State District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Chairman of Board, Harris County Sports and Convention Corporation
- Member, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Member, Hispanic Bar Association
- Lecturer at University of Houston – Downtown
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