Evelyn Suero

Evelyn Suero

Suero Law, PLLC
  • Business Law, Entertainment & Sports Law, Probate...
  • Florida
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Evelyn I. Suero is owner and principal attorney of Suero Law, PLLC, a transactional law firm for local & international business and contractual matters in Florida; focusing on the legal needs of startup companies, nonprofit organizations, global entrepreneurs & entertainment professionals. The firm provides legal advice and representation to local business owners as well as foreign investors to launch, protect, and expand their venture, obtain immigration visas, and protect their loved ones with solid estate planning.
Evelyn is fluent in English and Spanish and earned her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. In addition to her legal practice, she also proudly serves as a leader and business advocate for various boards in the Miami community.

Evelyn I. Suero es fundadora y abogada principal de Suero Law, PLLC, un bufete con un enfoque en transacciones locales e internacionales, derecho corporativo, contratos, organizaciones sin fines de lucro, representación de entretenimiento, marcas registradas, e inmigración empresarial.
Evelyn es fluente en inglés y español y obtuvo su licenciatura de derechos de la Universidad de Pennsylvania. Además de su práctica legal, ella también con orgullo sirve como líder y promovedora empresarial para varios consejos directivos en la comunidad de Miami.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Entertainment & Sports Law
  • Probate
  • Trademarks
  • Estate Planning
  • Immigration Law
  • Intellectual Property
Additional Practice Area
  • Nonprofit & Charitable Organizations
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Competitive fees offered.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney & Principal
Suero Law, PLLC
- Current
University of Pennsylvania Law School
J.D. (2006)
Rising Star - Corporate/Business
Super Lawyers
Rising Star - Corporate/Business
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Rising Star - Corporate/Business
Super Lawyers
While up to 5 percent of the lawyers in a state are named to Super Lawyers, no more than 2.5 percent are named to Rising Stars.
Professional Associations
Dade County Bar Association
Activities: Business Law Committee Pro Bono Committee
The Florida Bar # 0106727
Miami-Dade Florida Association for Women Lawyers
Director, Board Member
Miami-Dade County Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board
Vice Chair; Board Member
Organization of Women in International Trade
Board Member; Committee Chair
Hispanic National Bar Association
Member; Latina Commission Appointee
American Bar Association
Committee Member
Articles & Publications
Pirates of the Trade - OWIT Webinar
Organization of Women in International Trade
Speaking Engagements
Poderosas Live by People en Espanol, "Unidas Somos Mas" TheLatinaPro Workshop, Miami, FL
People en Espanol
Univision Despierta America Nonprofit Organizations & Solicitations During Times of Crisis, Despierta America TV Morning Show, Univision TV Studios
Univision Communications
HNBA Advocacy before members of Congress and White House officials, Hispanic National Bar Association Advocacy in Washington DC, Washington DC
Hispanic National Bar Association
IP & Cyber Law Society Working with Entrepreneurs & Innovators, St. Thomas University Law School Speaking Engagement, St. Thomas University Law School
St. Thomas University Law School
Miami-Dade Immigration & Sanctuary City Reasonable Opportunity to be Heard, Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners Special Meeting, Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners Chambers
Miami-Dade County Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board
Shaping the Rules to Facilitate Active Participation of SMEs and Women in Global Markets, WTO Public Forum 2016, WTO Headquarters (Geneva, Switzerland)
World Trade Organization
Working Session Panel
Women Entrepreneurship & International Business in Miami-Dade County, Race-Storation 3, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Chambers
Websites & Blogs
Suero Law, PLLC
Legal Answers
7 Questions Answered

Q. Does “abandonment” mean this company is no longer trademarked and is able to be claimed by someone else ?
A: If you are referring to the status of "Abandoned" given to a trademark filed with the USPTO, then this just means that an application is no longer pending or has been declared abandoned due to failure to file a response or statement. However, it is important to keep in mind that this applicant or another person/company may still have common law trademark rights in the U.S. Before filing for registration, you should speak with an attorney to assist you with a clearance search.
Q. For an LLC in Florida... can the name of the company be XYZ Ltd. with Ltd being the designation of an LLC.
A: The Revised Florida Limited Liability Act is found in Florida Statutes Chapter 605. Section 605.0112 of the Act provides that the name of a Florida limited liability company must contain the words “limited liability company” or the abbreviation “L.L.C.” or “LLC.” The abbreviation "Ltd" is used for a limited partnership which is a different type of business entity. I strongly recommend that you consult with an attorney regarding the type of entity you are trying to form.
Q. What would be the cost of trademarking a name and a logo?
A: Attorneys fees vary, however the application fee{s) begin at $225 per trademark per class/category.
Q. If a trademarked name has a "Status710 - Cancelled - Section 8", does this mean it could possibly be available?
A: A Section 8 Cancellation of a trademark registration occurs when a registrant fails to file a renewal of their trademark registration. However, whether a mark is available for use depends on many factors including whether the mark is currently being used. Cancellation of a trademark registration does not mean the mark is not being used by the registrant or by another prior user. Additionally, the registrant may be able to file a request for reinstatement of the cancelled trademark registration. I would recommend hiring a trademark attorney to assist you with the registration process and to perform a clearance search to determine if the mark you would like to use is being used by another person/entity and to determine whether your use of the mark or a similar mark would constitute infringement.
Q. Hello, Im a motorcycle businessman Im following a brand serial 75153969, Im interested to acquire this brand.
A: You will need a trademark attorney to assist you with determining whether your use of the name would constitute infringement and with registration or licensing/purchase of the brand name. Just because a company is not active does not mean that the brand name is not being used as a trademark. For instance, the trademark may still be registered or may have been assigned to another company. You may also need a Florida corporate attorney to assist you with set up of your company and drafting of your resolutions and contracts.
Q. How do I trademark a business name?
A: Business names and brands that are used to identify a source of goods of services can be protected with trademark registration. A mark can be registered with a state, nationally, or internationally depending on how the mark is being used in business/commerce. You should hire a trademark attorney to assist you with the process and to conduct a thorough clearance search, to avoid inadvertently using a mark that may be infringing on someone else's mark.
Q. My mom died a week ago and left no will. I am the firstborn of two to my mom. How can I switch deed to my name?
A: My condolences for your loss. You will need an attorney to administer your mother's estate through probate proceedings. Since your mother passed away intestate (without a will), the Florida laws of intestacy will be applied to determine who will inherit the home.
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Suero Law, PLLC
1001 Brickell Bay Drive Suite 2700
Miami, FL 33131
Telephone: (305) 396-8772
Fax: (305) 396-8772