Rose Cordero Prey counsels clients on patent litigation, licensing, and due diligence in the mechanical, electrical, computer science, and life science industries. With more than 10 years of experience in intellectual property litigation, she has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in patent infringement and related litigation cases involving a wide array of technologies.
Rose represents clients before federal courts at the trial and appellate levels, and before the International Trade Commission. She handles post-grant proceedings in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and analyzes patent portfolios for due diligence related to mergers, acquisitions, and private equity investments.
She advises on matters involving a range of technologies, including consumer electronics, smartphone software, semiconductor fabrication and circuitry, laser diodes, wireless communication, automotive systems, ceiling grid systems, computer and television display technology, security systems, online banking, cellular immunotherapies, softgel encapsulation, and power centers.
Rose brings a unique perspective to her work because, while pursuing her undergraduate degree, she researched laser welding sponsored by the National Science Foundation; and she also has experience as an apprentice electrician.
• Patent infringement litigation
• Post-issuance patent proceedings, including inter partes review, post-grant review and ex parte reexaminations
• International Trade Commission Section 337 litigation
• Trademark infringement litigation
• Patent portfolio analysis
• Due diligence for transactions involving intellectual property assets
• Patent litigation against an educational institution where the patent directed to semiconductor fabrication was challenged in an IPR, resulting in cancellation of all patent claims.°
• Enforcement proceedings concerning windshield wiper blades against numerous respondents. Achieved settlement of claims after a claim construction ruling.°
• Defense of a technology company’s computers, laptops, and printers from claims of patent infringement, concerning patents directed to memory card readers. Finding of no infringement of the four patents asserted and that plaintiff failed to prove it met the domestic industry requirement of Section 337.°
• Complex Section 337 investigation involving DRAM devices.°
• Patent infringement, trademark infringement, and false advertising action related to ceiling grid systems.°
• Patent litigation related to V-chip and parental control technology. Won summary judgment of non-infringement.°
• Complex multi-patent litigation related to semiconductors, laser diode technology, and wireless communication technology. Won summary judgment of invalidity eliminating vast portion of alleged damages.°
°The above representations were handled by Ms. Cordero Prey prior to her joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
• Summer Intern, Duke Energy Corporation, 2002
Recognition & Leadership
Awards & Accolades
• Selected, Benchmark Litigation, “Under 40 Hot List,” 2017-2018
• Selected, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD), "Fellow,” 2017
• Selected, Federal Circuit Bar Association, “Global Fellow,” 2015-2016
• Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, New York Metro Super Lawyers, “Rising Stars,” 2014-2015
• Recognized, American Society of Legal Advocates, “Top 40 under 40 Intellectual Property Lawyer – New York State,” 2015
• Recipient, New York City Bar Association, “Thurgood Marshall Award,” 2008
Professional & Community Involvement
• Member, UNC Law Alumni Association Board, 2018-Present
• Pro Bono Volunteer, The Legal Aid Society’s Disability Project, 2017-2018
• Pro Bono Volunteer, Office of the Capital Defender in Northern Virginia, ABA Death Penalty Representation Project, 2006-2007
• Member, UNC School of Law’s Craven Bench of the Holderness Moot Court Bench, 2002-2003
• Guardian ad Litem, 2000-2001
• Member, Hispanic National Bar Association
• Member, New York Intellectual Property Association
• Member, Federal Circuit Bar Association
• Member, IPO Litigation Committee, 2015-2018
Hispanic National Bar Association; Federal Circuit Bar Association; New York Intellectual Property Association.
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