Beth Alquist is a trial attorney who represents a broad range of business clients in patent, trade secret, noncompetition, trademark, copyright, and Internet-related disputes in federal and state courts, as well as the International Trade Commission. Professor Alquist has tried more than a dozen cases to verdict, including patent infringement, trade secret, and non-compete matters, among others. She currently is the chair of the Intellectual Property Department and the past chair of both Women Working Together and the firm's Diversity Committee. She was named a Division I Academic All-American in basketball at Mount St. Mary’s College in 1990-91 and continues her love of basketball as the coach for the girls youth basketball league in West Hartford. Professor Alquist served as law clerk to The Honorable Robert J. Callahan, Connecticut Supreme Court, 1994-1995. She has been recognized as a Connecticut Super Lawyer every year since 2006, including Top 25 Women Lawyer in Connecticut in 2011; named to the Hartford Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 in 2008; and chosen for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America in 2006. She holds a J.D. from the UConn School of Law.
Intellectual Property Partner, Day Pitney LLP