Erin focuses her practice on commercial litigation. She has experience conducting discovery and drafting pretrial motions in patent infringement cases, and in briefing before the Federal Circuit. She also has experience in trademark and copyright matters, including drafting motions in opposition proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and in filing declaratory judgment copyright complaints and calculating copyright term limits.
During law school, Erin was on Washington University’s Giles Rich Moot Court team, where she had the highest scoring Regional Brief two years in a row and was also a national semi-finalist. Additionally, she won Outstanding Brief in the University’s Wiley Rutledge Moot Court competition. For these awards, Erin was nominated to the Order of Barristers. Erin was also a member of the Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic, where she counseled clients regarding nonprofit and corporate formation matters, and provided patentability opinions.
Prior to beginning her legal career, Erin obtained extensive experience in the field of physics. She held teaching and research positions at multiple universities and facilities.