Fernanda Rodriguez is an associate in Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group and resides in the Firm’s Houston Office. Fernanda focuses on intellectual property (IP) litigation and brand enforcement as well as matters involving data privacy and data protection. While in law school, she received the Jack Garden Humanitarian Law Award and the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Excellence Award in Oral Advocacy.
Fernanda works across several subgroups of the firm's Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group. Her practice involves IP Litigation, privacy and data protection, and brand enforcement. Her experience includes handling all aspects of litigation case management, including pre-litigation analyses, discovery, and trial preparation. Fernanda regularly advises clients across sectors on strategies for responding to data privacy and security incidents. Her litigation experience gives her perspective in managing the various aspects of incident response work, such as ensuring an efficient due diligence process, and drafting compliant regulatory and individual notices. Fernanda also works with the privacy team on various privacy and security issues, including cross-border data transfer agreements and mechanisms, and analyzing consumer-facing terms. In addition, Fernanda advises companies on their IP portfolios, including due diligence and trademark prosecution.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- New York Intellectual Property Law Association - Member
- Hispanic National Bar Association - Member
- New York~United States (2022)
- Washington University School of Law (2021)
- University of Texas at Austin (2017)
Firm Committee Memberships
- Hispanic/Latinx Network - Unidos
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