Elizabeth Tassi is a registered patent attorney who is detail-oriented and invested in her clients. Elizabeth enjoys developing and implementing forward-thinking and creative strategies for obtaining and enforcing patent, trademark, copyright, and trade dress rights. She has a background in biology and her work experience relates to DNA, RNA, proteins, pharmaceuticals, biological treatments, topical treatments, cloning, recombinant technologies, vaccines, medical devices, dental implants, drug delivery, and polymers. She is also particularly interested in the evolution of unmanned aircraft system technology and actively follows legal developments relating to drone registration and privacy concerns.
As a trademark attorney, Elizabeth's practice includes prosecuting U.S. trademark applications, managing international trademark portfolios, and providing trademark infringement and freedom to operate opinions. She regularly assists clients with cease and desist letter campaigns, DMCA takedown notices, UDRP actions, and litigation involving patent, trademark, copyright, and trade dress infringement claims. Elizabeth has handled a number of proceedings before the federal courts, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and National Advertising Division. As a patent attorney, Elizabeth's practice includes preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent applications and preparing freedom to operate, patent infringement and patentability assessments and legal opinions.
Elizabeth is a frequent contributor to the firm’s E-Alert publication series, and has written a number of articles related to top-level domain registration, patent law developments, and drone industry developments. Her most recent publication was "The Expansion of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Registration Requirements," Stinson Leonard Street Alert, November 2015.
Elizabeth has also authored the following articles for a local bar association publication: