Liza Hadley is an associate in Nutter’s Intellectual Property Department. Previously, she was a technical specialist at the firm, where she prosecuted patent applications and assisted with trademark matters.
Prior to law school, Liza was a patent examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She reviewed patent applications in the field of internal combustion engine control systems for compliance with statutory requirements and novelty, performed prior art searches, and conducted interviews with applicants.
During law school, Liza was treasurer for the BU Law Student Government Association, the alumni liaison for the Intellectual Property Law Society, and a member of the Women’s Law Association and Jewish Law Students Association. Liza received the second prize in the Boston Patent Law Association’s annual writing competition for her paper “The Patent Uncertainty Problem: Can the Judiciary Effectively Curb the Cost of Indefinite Claims?”
News & Insights
- IP Law Bulletin, 06.17.2019
- PTAB Update: Lectrosonics Designated as Precedential Providing Guidance on Amendment Practice in an Inter Partes ReviewIP Law Bulletin, 03.27.2019
- IP Law Bulletin, 01.14.2019
Education & Admissions
Boston University School of Law, J.D
University of Virginia, B.S., Mechanical Engineering
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office