Rose Cordero Prey is a partner in the Intellectual Property & Technology Group at Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP. Her career has focused on patent litigation and licensing in the mechanical, electrical and computer science arts for over a decade. She has a wide range of experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in patent infringement cases involving a broad 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 and memory card readers. Rose has extensive experience in federal courts and before the International Trade Commission. She also has experience with post-grant proceedings in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In addition to representing clients in high-stakes patent litigation, she also counsels clients and performs due diligence of IP portfolios in relation to mergers, acquisitions and private equity investments.
Rose graduated from UNC School of Law in 2004 and received her degree, magna cum laude, in Mathematics with a minor in Physics from Elon University.
Before deciding to go to law school, Rose worked as an apprentice electrician and also spent a summer researching laser welding at the Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers (CREOL) at the University of Central Florida as part of a Research Experience for Undergraduates sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
Areas of Practice
Intellectual Property Law
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