Elizabeth Johnson is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office where she focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation, specifically patent litigation. Ms. Johnson's experience spans a range of technologies in district court and International Trade Commission cases. She has experience in all phases of litigation from complaint drafting through discovery and trial. She has an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering.
Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Johnson was in-house counsel for IBM where she focused on technology transactions and related intellectual property issues.
In addition to the District of Columbia and Michigan, Ms. Johnson is admitted to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office.
- “Federal Circuit Holds that Liability for Induced Infringement Requires Infringement of a Patent, But No Single Entity Needs to be Liable for Direct Infringement," L&W Client Alert No. 1391 (September 12, 2012)