Beverly practices in Intellectual Property, Corporate, Health Care and Life Sciences. A former faculty member at the medical campus of the University of Tennessee, she focuses in global intellectual property transactions, evaluation, enforcement, and prosecution in chemical, medical, and life science areas, with a particular interest in university and physician issues.
Beverly taught both biotechnology and chemical patent strategy for the Patent Resources Group (PRG). She developed and taught Intellectual Property Licensing at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. As an academic, she authored numerous scientific publications, including chapters in clinical texts and a biochemistry study guide. Beverly is recognized in Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America and Ohio Super Lawyers.