Brand protection is Elizabeth’s first priority. Elizabeth counsels clients in protecting and enforcing their intellectual property assets. She practices in many areas of intellectual property law, including trademark prosecution, enforcement and litigation, licensing, copyright enforcement and litigation, patent prosecution, and patent litigation. She is also a Registered Patent Attorney. Elizabeth drafts and negotiates various intellectual property agreements, conducts due diligence, and prepares non-infringement and invalidity opinions. She is also knowledgeable regarding data privacy and data breach issues.
Elizabeth has also been involved in various community activities. She serves as a board member of the Asian American Women Coalition, and established a scholarship under her name for Asian American female students to pursue higher education. She is fluent in written Chinese and Cantonese.
A graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in mechanical engineering and a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania in mechanical engineering (and was a doctoral candidate there as well), Elizabeth’s research included analysis of the dynamics of vibrational gyroscopic sensors in microelectromechanical scale. During law school, Elizabeth externed for Carol T. Carr, Associate Intellectual Property Counsel, at the Office of Sponsored Programs at MIT. She was the Student Editor of the Germeshausen Center for the Law of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Newsletter at law school. She also attended the Chinese Intellectual Property Summer Institute program at Tsinghua University School of Law in Beijing, China.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
State of New Jersey
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Franklin Pierce Law Center, J.D. Student Editor of the Franklin Pierce Law Center
Germeshausen Center for the Law of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Newsletter, Editor
University of Pennsylvania, M.S., Chairman of Pi Tau Sigma, the honor society for mechanical engineering
Massachusetts Inst. of Technology, B.S. Member in Pi Tau Sigma, the honors society for mechanical engineering at MIT