Able to foretell the future and credited for his commitment to enlightenment, Prometheus understood the importance of innovation and creation. Like Prometheus, the founders of Prometheus Partners are determined to serve and are unwavering in their commitment to bring the fire of enlightenment and advocacy to their clients.
Founding & Managing Partner
Daniel C. Quintero is a Founding Partner — and now Managing Partner — of Prometheus Partners LLP, a diverse group of accomplished former Big Law Partners and Executive In House counsel who chose a name that reflected their approach to the practice of law: Prometheus.
Mr. Quintero is largely well respected for his views on innovation and technology and was named one of California’s Top 20 General Counsel by the Daily Journal.
Eduardo G. Roy is a Founding Partner of Prometheus Partners LLP, a diverse group of accomplished former Big Law Partners and Executive In House counsel who chose a name that reflected their approach to the practice of law: Prometheus.
Chief Litigation Strategist
Ms. Dessalines is a former Senior Vice President & Assistant General Counsel of McKesson Corporation. As a recognized and respected master litigation strategist in high stakes litigation, she represented a Fortune 14 corporation for over 16 years where she managed and successfully resolved multi-billion-dollar privacy, class action matters. Active in the community and the recipient of numerous professional awards and distinctions, Ms. Dessalines was recently named One of California’s Top 10 In-House Counsel by the Daily Journal.
Mr. Douglas leads Prometheus Partners’ labor and employment compliance and counseling practice. A remarkably insightful and seasoned lawyer with an unmatched professional reputation, Mr. Douglas was named one of the Bay Area’s “Best Lawyers in Appellate Practice” by Bay Area Lawyer Magazine. He wrote the winning briefs for the employer in the California Supreme Court’s landmark unanimous decision in Silo v. CHW Medical Foundation, 27 Cal.4th 1097 (2002). More recently, in 2009, Mr. Douglas persuaded the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to effectively overrule nearly 30 years of NLRB precedent adverse to his client on the “perfectly clear” successor doctrine in S & F Market St. Healthcare LLC v. NLRB, 570 F.3d 354 (D.C. Cir. 2009).
Chief Intellectual Property Counsel
Loren has been practicing in the field Intellectual Property Law, with an emphasis on patent prosecution, portfolio management, acquisitions and counseling, for over twenty-five years. Loren’s primary technological focus centers around computer hardware, computer software, Internet software, multi-media, social media, integrated circuits, medical devices, business methods, firmware, network architecture, Basic Input/Output software (BIOS), User Interface/User Experience, semiconductors and electro-mechanical devices.