She advises executives, managers and human resources business partners on a wide variety of employment issues, including, hiring, discipline, EEO compliance, leaves of absence, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour and wrongful terminations. She also facilitates trainings and seminars to managers and entrepreneur organizations on labor and employment law developments, discrimination prevention, and all other areas of employment, to mitigate employment risks. Ms. Gonzalez also assists employers by drafting employment documents such as handbooks, policies, mandatory protocols and COVID-19 related documents.

Ms. González has been recognized for her legal excellence by Best Lawyers-Puerto Rico in the category of Labor and Employment Law. She has also been ranked by The Legal 500, in the areas of Litigation and Labor & Employment and by Chambers and Partners- Latin America, as a noticeable practitioner in Dispute Resolution.


  • Northwestern University School of Law
    Chicago, IL
    2011, LL.M
  • University of Puerto Rico School of Law
    San Juan, PR
    2005, J.D.
    Magna Cum Laude
  • University of Puerto Rico
    San Juan, PR
    2001, B.A. Social Sciences- Labor Relations
    Magna Cum Laude

Bar Admissions

  • Puerto Rico Bar, 2006
  • United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, 2006
  • United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, 2006
  • US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 2011

Professional Associations & Certifications

Ms. González was trained in 2014, by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) a well-respected organization that offers intensive advocacy training.

  • Puerto Rico Bar
  • Illinois Bar Association
  • Chicago Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • SHRM-Society for Human Resource Management
  • The Association of Labor Relations Practitioners
  • Notary Association of Puerto Rico

Representative Cases

  • Ángela López v. Plaza Carolina

    KLAN200800586 (2008)

    Summary judgment dismissal in a premises liability claim against a mall management company, where plaintiff could not demonstrate she fell because of defendant’s negligence.

  • Carlos Rolon Idelfonso v. Copa Airlines

    CA2020CV01068 (2020)

    Summary judgment dismissal in an alleged wrongful termination case, after a company reorganization.

  • Estremera Cintron v. Professional Fuel Services

    KLCE201501961 (2016)

    Dismissal of a discrimination claim where plaintiff alleged the joint employer doctrine applied in a time barred claim where the joint employer was not originally named in an administrative claim.

  • Gehricke v. Home Depot

    KLCE201700219 (2019)

    The Appellate Court confirmed that a summary proceeding complaint was answered on time because the case was filed in a different district where the employer was registered. The employer had 15 days to answer the complaint.