Rose Cordero Prey’s practice focuses on patent litigation and licensing in the mechanical and electrical arts.  She has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in patent infringement cases involving a wide range of technologies, including 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.  Ms. Prey has experience in federal courts and before the International Trade Commission.

While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Ms. Prey researched laser welding at the Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers at the University of Central Florida as part of a Research Experience for Undergraduates sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Ms. Prey also has experience as both an apprentice electrician and a mediator.

Ms. Prey has been involved in many pro-bono activities, which include her role as Guardian ad Litem, mediator, and member of the Craven Bench of the Holderness Moot Court Bench. At Kenyon, Ms. Prey has participated in a capital appeal through the ABA Death Penalty Representation Project and the Office of the Capital Defender in Northern Virginia.

Ms. Prey currently is an Editor of Kenyon’s CAFC Blog (www.cafcblog.com), reviewing the latest IP decisions at the Federal Circuit.

Among other firm clients, Ms. Prey has represented Sony, Hewlett-Packard, Robert Bosch, USG Interiors, and Volkswagen in patent infringement and related litigation.

Representative Experience

  • In the Matter of Certain Computers and Computer Peripheral Devices, and Components Thereof, and Products Containing Same (ITC) – represented Hewlett-Packard Co. and defended its computers, laptops and printers from claims of patent infringement made by Technology Properties Limited, LLC, concerning patents directed to memory card readers.  Finding of no infringement of any of the four patents asserted against HP and that TPL failed to prove it meets the domestic industry requirement of Section 337.
  • In the Matter of Certain Dynamic Random Access Memory and NAND Flash Memory Devices and Products Containing Same (ITC) – represented primary respondents Elpida Memory, Inc. and Elpida Memory (USA) Inc. and numerous downstream customers against Intellectual Ventures in complex Section 337 investigation involving DRAM devices.
  • USG Interiors, Inc. v. ACA Quality Building Products, LLC (S.D.N.Y.) – represented USG in patent infringement, trademark infringement and false advertising action related to ceiling grid systems.
  • Sony Electronics Inc. v. Guardian Media Technologies, Ltd. (S.D. Cal.) – represented Sony in patent litigation related to V-chip and parental control technology. Won summary judgment of non-infringement.
  • Agere Systems, Inc. v. Sony Corporation et al. (E.D. Tex.) – represented Sony in 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.

representative matters

 

  • In the Matter of Certain Computers and Computer Peripheral Devices, and Components Thereof, and Products Containing Same (ITC) – represented Hewlett-Packard Co. and defended its computers, laptops and printers from claims of patent infringement made by Technology Properties Limited, LLC, concerning patents directed to memory card readers. Finding of no infringement of any of the four patents asserted against HP and that TPL failed to prove it meets the domestic industry requirement of Section 337.
  • In the Matter of Certain Dynamic Random Access Memory and NAND Flash Memory Devices and Products Containing Same (ITC) – represented primary respondents Elpida Memory, Inc. and Elpida Memory (USA) Inc. and numerous downstream customers against Intellectual Ventures in complex Section 337 investigation involving DRAM devices.
  • USG Interiors, Inc. v. ACA Quality Building Products, LLC (S.D.N.Y.) – represented USG in patent infringement, trademark infringement and false advertising action related to ceiling grid systems.
  • Sony Electronics Inc. v. Guardian Media Technologies, Ltd. (S.D. Cal.) – represented Sony in patent litigation related to V-chip and parental control technology. Won summary judgment of non-infringement.
  • Agere Systems, Inc. v. Sony Corporation et al. (E.D. Tex.) – represented Sony in 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.
bar and court admissions
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
professional organizations

New York Intellectual Property Association