Janelle Rodriguez-Mena concentrates her practice on international and domestic transactional matters involving capital equipment, cross-border acquisitions, general corporate law, trademark, and real estate matters. Ms. Rodriguez-Mena represents companies and individuals alike in connection with various domestic and international acquisitions in a broad array of industries, including real estate, aviation, and franchise. A portion of her practice is dedicated to guiding and counseling foreign and domestic businesses through the trademark application and registration process, filing trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, maintenance of the registered mark, and enforcing the protections of mark owners against trademark infringement.
Ms. Rodriguez-Mena earned her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Miami School of Law and is admitted to practice in the State of Florida. While in law school, she served on the Executive Board of the Inter-American Law Review and was an extern for the University of Miami Human Rights Clinic. Ms. Rodriguez-Mena was recognized for her dedication and commitment to the community by providing over 500 pro bono volunteer hours throughout her law school career. Prior to her legal career, Ms. Rodriguez-Mena interned for Florida Supreme Court Justice C. Alan Lawson.
- Aviation Law
- Real Estate Law
- Trademark and Intellectual Property Law
- Commercial Transactions
- General Corporate Law
- Fluent in Spanish
- Conversant in French
- 2019, J.D., University of Miami School of Law
- 2016, B.A., Political Science, Business Law, and Psychology, University of Miami
- The Florida Bar
- National Business Aviation Association
- International Law Society
- International Trademark Association