A. Elizabeth Korchin
Elizabeth Korchin is a litigation and arbitration lawyer who focuses on technology-related matters. Whether disputes are related to consumer electronics, computer software, medical technology, telecommunications, or energy sector engineering and development, Elizabeth taps into her passion for discovering how things work to break down complex and highly technical material into simple, understandable concepts for non-technical audiences.
Elizabeth also regularly uses her tech savvy to help clients with a variety of issues in litigation and arbitration. She provides creative solutions to streamline electronic document collection and production across borders and in multiple languages, and works seamlessly with experts and technical fact witnesses to drill down on critical case nuances to shape case strategy efficiently and precisely.
Elizabeth's litigation and international arbitration practice includes product liability matters, business and commercial contract disputes, intellectual property disputes, healthcare and health insurance conflicts, and false advertising and unfair competition claims. She has significant experience defending class actions, including practicing before the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation and litigating in multi-defendant, coordinated proceedings.
In addition, Elizabeth is actively involved in the Community Services department at Hogan Lovells and has represented unaccompanied child refugees and torture survivors in asylum proceedings, including in oral argument to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit on behalf of a juvenile refugee.
Outside of the office, Elizabeth serves as an advisory board member for the GlamourGals Foundation, a nonprofit that seeks to end elder isolation by providing companionship to women living in senior homes.
Areas of Focus
Secured favorable jury verdict in S.D.N.Y. patent infringement suit, including award of treble damages. Judgment affirmed by the Federal Circuit.
Summary judgment victory for Fortune 100 company in action concerning cellular telephone network infrastructure. Judgment affirmed by the Federal Circuit.
Defeated class certification on behalf of multinational electronics company in a putative nationwide RICO consumer class action.