PROFESSIONALS

Elizabeth A. Lafferty

Adaptable Learner

During law school, Beth served as an intern to the Honorable Susan D. Wigenton of the US District Court for the District of New Jersey.  During this internship, Beth gained exposure to many areas of the law including contract and tort law.  Today, Beth applies that experience to due diligence practice to ensure the best outcome for her clients.      
 
Demonstrated Interest in IP

Beth has had a strong commitment to the field of Intellectual Property since the beginning of her legal education. While at Seton Hall Law School, Beth was the co-president of the Intellectual Property Club where she fostered enthusiasm among her peers for technology and the law.  This leadership role contributed to her ability to understand and recognize nuances of innovation that are necessary when working with inventors in order to procure their most valuable IP assets.
 
Personable and Perceptive

Beth’s ability to effortlessly collaborate with others provides her with a clear understanding of the relevant issues. Her effective listening provides the foundation that is essential for finding unique solutions suited to individual client’s needs and has been an invaluable quality for conducting patentability and right to use studies.  

Adaptable Learner

During law school, Beth served as an intern to the Honorable Susan D. Wigenton of the US District Court for the District of New Jersey.  During this internship, Beth gained exposure to many areas of the law including contract and tort law.  Today, Beth applies that experience to due diligence practice to ensure the best outcome for her clients.      
 
Demonstrated Interest in IP

Beth has had a strong commitment to the field of Intellectual Property since the beginning of her legal education. While at Seton Hall Law School, Beth was the co-president of the Intellectual Property Club where she fostered enthusiasm among her peers for technology and the law.  This leadership role contributed to her ability to understand and recognize nuances of innovation that are necessary when working with inventors in order to procure their most valuable IP assets.
 
Personable and Perceptive

Beth’s ability to effortlessly collaborate with others provides her with a clear understanding of the relevant issues. Her effective listening provides the foundation that is essential for finding unique solutions suited to individual client’s needs and has been an invaluable quality for conducting patentability and right to use studies.  

  • Overview

    Adaptable Learner

    During law school, Beth served as an intern to the Honorable Susan D. Wigenton of the US District Court for the District of New Jersey.  During this internship, Beth gained exposure to many areas of the law including contract and tort law.  Today, Beth applies that experience to due diligence practice to ensure the best outcome for her clients.      
     
    Demonstrated Interest in IP

    Beth has had a strong commitment to the field of Intellectual Property since the beginning of her legal education. While at Seton Hall Law School, Beth was the co-president of the Intellectual Property Club where she fostered enthusiasm among her peers for technology and the law.  This leadership role contributed to her ability to understand and recognize nuances of innovation that are necessary when working with inventors in order to procure their most valuable IP assets.
     
    Personable and Perceptive

    Beth’s ability to effortlessly collaborate with others provides her with a clear understanding of the relevant issues. Her effective listening provides the foundation that is essential for finding unique solutions suited to individual client’s needs and has been an invaluable quality for conducting patentability and right to use studies.  

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