Elizabeth R.P. Bowen Attorney

Elizabeth concentrates her practice in the area complex commercial litigation. She represents clients in mortgage-related disputes in federal and state courts, both in trial and on appeal. Ms. Bowen also has experience handling multidistrict litigation, Chapter 11 reorganizations, adversary proceedings and dischargeability litigation.

Upon returning to Florida after practicing in Washington, D.C., Ms. Bowen was employed in financial services and served as both a bank officer and Resolution Manager for the FDIC. Ms. Bowen began her career working for Charles E. Bennett (D-FL), in Washington, D.C. and spent over a decade litigating complex international trade cases before the International Trade Commission and representing clients in unfair trade practice actions before the United States Trade Representative.

  • American University Washington College of Law, JD, Executive Editor, The American Univ. Journal of International Law & Policy
  • Tulane University Newcomb College, BA, English Literature

Executive Editor, The American University Journal of International Law & Policy, 1986-1987

Associate Editor & Publications Committee Co-Chair, Federal Circuit Bar Journal, 1991-1996

  • Florida
  • District of Columbia
  • Author, Business As Usual: Section 337 Practice Unfettered by Amendments, IP Litigator, 1995
  • Author, Routine Vacatur: The Supreme Court Strikes the Balance in Favor of Finality, 3 FED. CIR. B. J. 259, Fall 1993
  • Author, Jurisdiction Over Terrorists Who Take Hostages: Efforts to Stop Terror-Violence Against United States Citizens, 2 AM. U. J. INT'L L. & POL'Y 153, Fall 1987
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