Libbie (Elizabeth) represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex patent litigation. Libbie has litigated and advised clients in a wide range of technologies, including computer hardware and software, data storage devices, small electronic devices, medical devices, and chemical products and processes. Libbie has trial experience in multiple jurisdictions, including the District of Delaware, the Northern District of Illinois, the District of Massachusetts. She also litigates Section 337 Investigations before the International Trade Commission and handles intellectual property enforcement proceedings before the United States Customs and Border Protection.
After law school, Libbie clerked for the Honorable James Duggan of the New Hampshire Supreme Court until his retirement, and served under Chief Justice Linda Dalianis, Senior Associate Justice Gary Hicks, and Associate Justices Carol Ann Conboy and Robert J. Lynn on a rotating basis for the remainder of her clerkship term.
Libbie was recognized by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one of their “Up & Coming Lawyers” in 2021. Each year Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly celebrates honorees for excellence in pro bono, legal journalism, marketing, firm administration and paralegal work.
Libbie received the President’s Volunteer Service Award in recognition of a significant commitment to volunteer work. In law school, she received the three-year Social Justice Scholarship for demonstrating a deep commitment to social justice.