Elizabeth focuses her practice on the representation of privately-held companies, publicly-traded corporations and alternative entities with regard to general corporate counseling, negotiated acquisitions and divestitures, and a variety of commercial and business matters including governance, corporate finance, joint ventures, strategic investments and similar transactions. Before joining the firm, Elizabeth practiced in the corporate group of a prominent law firm in Wilmington, Delaware.
Elizabeth received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was an Executive Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law.
In addition to her corporate and securities practice, Elizabeth regularly volunteers for the Homeless Advocacy Project in Philadelphia.
University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D.
Wharton, Certificate in Management
Tufts University, B.A.
Executive Editor, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law
Co-Author, “Small Businesses in Pennsylvania May Apply for COVID-19 Relief Grants,” July 1, 2020
Author, “Paycheck Protection Program – SBA Updates to Loan Forgiveness Application,” June 19, 2020
Author, “SBA Issues PPP Interim Final Rules on Loan Forgiveness and Loan Review Procedures,” May 27, 2020
Author, “Paycheck Protection Program – Potential Extension,” May 22, 2020
Author, “Paycheck Protection Program – Loan Forgiveness Application,” May 19, 2020
Moderator, “WEBINAR: You’ve Gotten a PPP Loan. What Now?” May 12, 2020
Author, “Paycheck Protection Program – SBA Issues Additional Eligibility Criteria,” April 17, 2020
Author, “SBA Interim Final Rules Issued for PPP,” April 3, 2020
Author, “Paycheck Protection Program – Updated Application Requirements Small Businesses Should Know About,” March 31, 2020
Author, “How Does The $2 Trillion Stimulus Package Provide Assistance to Small Businesses?” March 26, 2020
Author, “Congress Proposes Keeping Workers Paid and Employed Act to Protect Small Businesses,” March 22, 2020
Author, “COVID-19: Getting Deals Done in Turbulent Times,” March 20, 2020