Elizabeth Low is an associate in Goodwin’s Litigation Department. She joins Goodwin after serving as a law clerk to Judge Charles R. Breyer and Magistrate Judge Maria-Elena James, both of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
Ms. Low’s work includes a range of complex civil litigation matters involving intellectual property litigation, securities, and contract disputes. Recent matters have been focused on prosecuting and defending patent infringement cases and defending claims of misappropriation of trade secrets under federal and state law.
Ms. Low is committed to pro bono matters, including representing an individual in a federal civil rights case, assisting transgender individuals change their names and gender designation on state and federal documents, and assisting individuals renewing DACA applications.
During her time in the Northern District, Ms. Low handled a wide variety of civil cases and legal issues, including a complex, high-profile multidistrict litigation that involved claims brought by consumers, investors, and government entities. She also worked on discovery disputes, brought in patent disputes and consumer class actions regarding the scope of interrogatories, requests for production, and depositions.