Laura Liebman practices intellectual property law, with an emphasis on litigation and USPTO trial proceedings such as inter partes reviews. She has extensive experience litigating in the Eastern District of Texas.
Laura earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rice University in 2005. She then worked as a process engineer at an oil refinery for three years. Laura graduated from UC Berkeley School of Law in 2011. She is a registered patent attorney.
Technical Experts in Patent Trials: A Psychological Perspective, 39 AIPLA Quarterly Journal 195 (2011)
The Evolution of CAFE Standards: Fuel Economy Regulation Enters Its Second Act, 39 Transportation Law Journal 1 (2011)
Litigating Toxic Risks Ahead of Regulation: Biomonitoring Science in the Courtroom, 31 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 3 (2012)
Calling on Experts: An Evaluation of the Regulatory Response to the BP Blowout from Industry’s Perspective, 30 International Energy Law Review 95 (2012)