Elizabeth joined the firm’s commercial litigation group in early 2016 after practicing in Washington, D.C. for more than a decade. Elizabeth is a native of Niceville, Florida and has returned home to bring the benefits of her D.C. experience to serve the legal needs of our local and regional community. Elizabeth has extensive experience handling complex legal matters. In D.C., her practice focused on general litigation matters, including representing companies and individuals in civil and criminal government enforcement actions, bid and grant protests in administrative and judicial forums, and conducting corporate internal investigations, compliance reviews and risk assessments. Elizabeth has represented corporate clients in a variety of industries, including oil and oil services, pharmaceutical, automotive, advertising, and technology. Elizabeth has performed numerous Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations on behalf of multinational clients with issues in numerous countries, including China, Iraq, Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Angola, Romania, Austria, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, and Nigeria. Elizabeth also has assisted companies in enhancing compliance programs to address anti-corruption and anti-bribery requirements.
Elizabeth also has dedicated her time to pro bono matters, including representing former service members before the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Army Board for Correction of Military Records and representing a national non-profit entity in various federal grant protests.
Elizabeth is licensed to practice law in Florida, Texas and the District of Columbia.
Areas of Practice
- Business Litigation
- Administrative Law
- Healthcare Law
- J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, magna cum laude, May 2004
- B.S., University of Texas at Dallas, May 1992
Admittance to Practice
- Texas, 2004
- District of Columbia, 2006
- Florida, 2016