Rachael Million-Perez, a senior associate in the Denver office, has been recognized by Law Week Colorado as an “Up and Coming Lawyer.” This recognition honors the next generation of Colorado attorneys who are quickly making their mark on the state’s legal community.
Ms. Million-Perez’s practice focuses on patent and trade secret litigation for life sciences and technology companies. She has advised on Hatch-Waxman litigation, litigation brought under the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act, and inter partes review proceedings before the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board. She has experience working with a range of products and technologies, from industrial materials and computer systems to medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biologics.
In the profile, Ms. Million-Perez recalls how her path to becoming a lawyer was formed by her mother, who would tell her argumentative daughter when she was small that she ought to become a lawyer when she tired of an argument. The profile highlights Ms. Million Perez’s experience with multiple clerkships and her pro bono work ranging from immigration cases to medical organizations in Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers laws.