Rolando González focuses his practice on patent prosecution, concentrating on the preparation and prosecution of US and non-US patent applications for technologies, including wireless communications, semiconductors and integrated circuits, mechanical systems and software applications. Rolando also has significant experience in intellectual property strategic planning, patent portfolio management and opinion works, as well as due diligence in connection with licensing and patent acquisitions.
Rolando has experience in the following areas of technology:
Previously, Rolando gained practical engineering experience in the private aerospace industry in the research, design, development and integration of advanced military communication systems. In particular, he worked with high-speed routing and switching technologies, high-speed encryption system design, application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) chip development, cryptographic algorithm design, high-speed network processor design and multi-chip module FPGA emulation.
Rolando earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering.
At the Firm, Rolando serves as a member of the Associate Development Committee.