Spencer Beall

Associate, Washington, DC



Spencer Beall maintains a multi-faceted practice with strengths spanning complex intellectual property litigation, enforcement, prosecution, and transactions.

Spencer's litigation experience includes trademark, trade dress, false advertising, patent, and trade secret matters. She has worked on several cases involving packaging designs and configurations for household brand products.

Spencer offers clients full-service intellectual property counselling, including prosecution, portfolio management, and enforcement. She works with clients across a wide range of industries, including food and beverage, finance, hospitality, education, technology and IT, healthcare, cosmetics, real estate, and fashion. Spencer works closely with clients to build and maintain intellectual property portfolios of all sizes and develop successful enforcement strategies, helping each client achieve its unique brand goals.

In addition to her prosecution, enforcement, and litigation experience, Spencer also advises clients on a broad range of domestic and global intellectual property issues, including advertising, licensing, and technology transactions.

Prior to joining White & Case, Spencer worked for a global intellectual property boutique firm and an AmLaw100 firm.

Bars and Courts
District of Columbia Bar
New York State Bar
Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales
US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Georgetown University Law Center
Sweet Briar College
Art History
Sweet Briar College
Sweet Briar College
Minor in Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Sweet Briar College


Spencer represents one of the largest global consumer goods companies in a trade dress infringement action involving beauty products.

Conopco, Inc. v. 2026 Third Realty, LLC. et al
Assisted Unilever in an anti-counterfeiting case that stopped the distribution of 17,280 units of expired and counterfeit Hellmann's mayonnaise. Helped secure several ex parte temporary restraining orders and a preliminary injunction in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Spencer represented a major footwear designer in connection with a district court appeal of the United States Patent & Trademark Office's refusal to register the designer's trade dress for one of the most iconic footwear designs in the U.S.

Spencer represented a leading global hospitality company in a trademark infringement action that stopped a competitor from using its mark.


Missing Figures: The Cybersecurity Gender Gap, J. European and American Intelligence Studies (June 2018)

"Lock Her Up!" How Women Have Become the Fastest-Growing Population in the American Carceral State, 23 Berkeley J. Crim. L. 1 (2018)