Pedro F. Suarez, a Member in the Intellectual Property Section of Mintz, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., was a panel moderator at the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) Corporate Counsel Conference. The conference was held March 19-22 in Orlando, Florida.
The title of the panel Mr. Suarez moderated was “Managing Non-Practicing Entity (NPE) Patent Litigation for Your Corporation.”
The 5th annual HNBA Annual Corporate Counsel Conference provides a unique setting to connect corporate America and the HNBA, offering opportunities for outside counsel to meet representatives from numerous Fortune 500 Companies.
Mr. Suarez’s practice focuses on all aspects of patent law, including the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, the rendering of opinions on infringement and validity, patent monetization, licensing, IP due diligence investigations in M&A transactions, litigation, and client counseling, with an emphasis on software, wireless communications, semiconductors, image processing, medical devices, wireless medical devices, and consumer products. He has extensive experience in handling patent matters for emerging and global high-technology companies, and draws on his litigation experience to prepare and prosecute patents with an eye towards enforcement.