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Firm Partner, Meredith Frank Mendez, will Moderate IP Litigation Panel

Firm Partner, Meredith Frank Mendez, will be speaking at the Florida Bar Intellectual Property Symposium on April 23, 2021, serving as a Moderator of a panel on Intellectual Property Litigation. Esteemed panelists include U.S. District Judges Mary S. Scriven of the Middle District of Florida and Darrin P. Gayles of the Southern District of Florida.

Patent Paralegal, Nancy Cabrera, Celebrates her 25th Anniversary

Patent Paralegal, Nancy Cabrera, Celebrates her 25th Anniversary

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We are fortunate, indeed, to have such terrific teammates.  All of the Firm’s Partners joined Nancy Cabrera, the lead Paralegal in the Firm’s Patent Department, for a very special lunch to mark a major milestone.  As the inscription on her crystal award reads:  “Presented to Nancy Cabrera with our great appreciation for 25 Years of dedicated service to clients and co-workers.”  Nancy will continue to be the anchor for the Firm’s many Registered Patent Attorneys. 

Kelly Malloy Elected President of University of Miami School of Law Student Bar Association

Kelly Malloy Elected President of University of Miami School of Law Student Bar Association

The Firm congratulates patent engineer and law clerk, Kelly Malloy, on her recent election as President of the Student Bar Association at the University of Miami School of Law. Ms. Malloy served as a Senator during her first year of law school, Executive Board Secretary during her second year, and will now serve as President of the student body for the 2021-2022 academic year. She is expected to take her Oath of Office on April 1, 2021.   

Firm Associate, Mary Beth Hasty, to Join U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Firm Associate, Mary Beth Hasty, to Join U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

 

The Firm congratulates Associate, Mary Beth Hasty, for her recent selection to join the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) as an Attorney Advisor (Trademarks). Pursuant to federal government ethics rules, Ms. Hasty is withdrawing as Attorney of Record from all Firm matters, and once appointed, will be recused from any matter represented by the Firm.

 

The USPTO is lucky to have her.  Ms. Hasty started her legal career at Malloy & Malloy, P.L., and demonstrated great knowledge and skill in the areas of Trademark Prosecution and Disputes/Litigation.  She is expected to take the Oath of Office in October 2020.

This Year’s Recipient of the John Cyril Malloy Intellectual Property Law Endowed Memorial Scholarship

The Firm is pleased to announce the selection of this year’s recipient of the “John Cyril Malloy Intellectual Property Law Endowed Memorial Scholarship” for an outstanding student, Jacob Stemer, at the University of Miami School of Law. With an undergraduate degree in physics, Mr. Stemer has already become a Registered Patent Agent and obtained experience in the Patent field. The Firm was pleased to endorse and confirm such a fine choice for this award. If you would like to contribute to enhance this endowed scholarship in support of tomorrow’s leaders in Intellectual Property Law, you may do so here:  https://development.miami.edu/page.aspx?pid=596&id=6813e4eb-1d28-4679-b9e0-7830ea8c6b38

(enter “Malloy” in the search).

Firm Partners Recognized as Best Lawyers in America

Firm Partners Recognized as Best Lawyers in America

 

The Firm is proud to announce that Firm Partners, Jennie S. Malloy and John Cyril Malloy III, were selected by their peers to be recognized in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America, for Intellectual Property Litigation and other areas in the Firm’s exclusive field of law. Both attorneys have been recognized since 2007 in Best Lawyers, one of the preeminent peer-reviewed listings of the best legal talent in the world.