Judith is attuned to her clients' needs and uses her creative problem-solving skills to further their goals in the courtroom and beyond.


Judith's practice focuses on intellectual property and commercial litigation matters. She assists clients through all stages of the litigation process, from pre-litigation through appeal. Judith regularly represents clients in patent, trademark, trade secret, trade dress, copyright, and false advertising litigation in federal courts nationwide. She also represents clients in matters involving state unfair competition laws and in other commercial disputes, including those involving professional services and software development agreements.

Judith's clients come from diverse industries, including manufacturing, technology, telecommunications, construction, aviation, energy, defense, and health care. Clients rely on her thorough research and strategic solutions to navigate their complex legal issues.

Judith brings deep practical experience in both discovery and trial matters, having skillfully taken and defended depositions, managed e-Discovery teams, and successfully resolved discovery disputes.

Judith also served as the lead associate at two multi-week trials, completing witness examination (direct and cross) of both factual and expert witnesses. Her trial skills also extended to preparing and arguing trial motions, evidentiary issues, and favorable jury instructions.

Judith is also fluent in Spanish.


Defended a global manufacturer in complex federal court litigation involving false advertising, passing off, copyright infringement, unfair competition and breach of contract claims.  Obtained a verdict in the client's favor on all counts following a two-week bench trial.

Represented a nationally known sporting goods company in the District of Delaware, enforcing utility patents and trademarks, and obtained an early consent injunction and settlement. See press release from PR Newswire.

Represented a large electric cooperative in a breach of contract, breach of good faith and fair dealing, and negligence matter. Obtained a multimillion-dollar verdict in favor of client following a three-week jury trial.

Advised a top telecommunications company on risks associated with a number of government contracts and compliance with cloud services laws and regulations.

Assisted a leading IT security consulting firm in drafting master services agreements, statements of work and subcontracting agreements.

Helped various clients navigate the requirements for and successfully obtain COVID-19 relief appropriations, including PPP and state-administered funds.

News & Insights


"Government Matchmaking is Not 'Government Involvement'," Pratt’s Government Contracting Law Report, Vol. 4 No. 9, September 2018

"Regulation Recap: SBA Publishes Proposed Rule Consolidating Mentor Protégé Programs," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, November 21, 2019

"Tiered Evaluations: A Lesson in Reasonably Applying Different Rules," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, December 5, 2019

"Bribery, Gratuities, and Kickbacks, Oh My!" Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, December 13, 2019

"GAO Considers Reconsideration," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, December 19, 2019

"GAO Reminds Offerors that It’s Important to Substantiate Key Personnel’s Experience," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, January 16, 2020

"Knowledge is Power... If You Know How to Use It," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, February 6, 2020

"Stinson Attorneys Presenting on CMMC at NDIA Rocky Mountain Chapter," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, February 26, 2020

"OHA Decision Highlights the Perils of Mixing Business with Family," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, February 27, 2020

"Simplified Acquisition Procedures Afford Agencies a Lot of Latitude," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, March 5, 2020

"Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Government and Government Contractor Activities Provisions," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, April 3, 2020

"Past Performance, Present (and Future) Problems," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, May 1, 2020

"Inaccuracies on SAM May Not Be Enough to Sustain a Protest," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, May 28, 2020

"When It Comes to Solicitations, Stick to the Script," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, July 23, 2020

"For Federal Contractors, Another Potential Hurdle to Engaging Foreign Labor," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, August 7, 2020

"Stinson Partner Susan Warshaw Ebner Begins Term as Chair of the ABA Public Contract Law Section," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, August 13, 2020

"Stinson Partner Eric Whytsell Elected Secretary of the ABA Public Contract Law Section," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, August 27, 2020

"One for All and All for One SBA Mentor-Protégé Program," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, October 22, 2020

"The ABA’s 2020 Public Procurement Symposium," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, November 13, 2020

"DOJ Warns Against Travelling with Sensitive Information in Contravention of Export Controls," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, November 20, 2020

"Biden’s Executive Order on Protecting Americans’ Sensitive Data from Foreign Adversaries," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, June 24, 2021

Professional & Civic Activities

Professional & Civic Activities

Pathfinder, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, 2024

Colorado Intellectual Property American Inn of Court

Colorado Lawyers Committee Young Lawyers Division


  • Colorado, 2019
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, 2019
  • U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 2021


University of Colorado Law School, J.D., 2019

Brown University, B.A., Philosophy, 2013

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