Elizabeth A. Lamontagne



Beth Lamontagne advises companies on outsourced services and procurement initiatives, strategic technology and licensing transactions, and merger and acquisitions. She is a partner in the firm’s Technology Transactions, Cybersecurity, and Privacy Practice and Innovative Technology Sector. 

Beth provides leading health care, manufacturing, consumer product, professional services, public entity, and high-tech clients with a full range of strategic technology contracting services. She has a depth of practical experience in all aspects of the procurement and sourcing process, from strategy development through vendor selection, negotiation, and implementation. She applies her decade of experience on both customer-side and vendor-side transactions to guide clients through complex negotiations of new commercial matters, as well as transaction restructuring and renegotiating existing relationships and agreements.  

Clients benefit from Beth’s insight as a former corporate counsel for a national retail chain. In this capacity, she served as a strategic adviser to senior management and gained experience finding creative and practical solutions to complex business challenges. Beth’s in-house role included supporting the technology and marketing procurement teams and providing legal guidance relating to product development, supply chain and manufacturing issues, privacy and cybersecurity, marketing, intellectual property, and vendor relations. 


  • Recognized, Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch - Intellectual Property Law; Technology Law (2024)


  • Northeastern University School of Law (J.D.)
  • Boston University (B.S., magna cum laude)

Admissions and Associations

  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • Member, New England Corporate Counsel Association


Anatomy of an Agreement: Unique SaaS Contract Structures and Key Terms to Address in the Cloud
28 March 2023
Innovative Technology Insights
EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Agreement Released
01 March 2016
Legal News: Privacy, Security & Information Management and Technology, Transactions & Outsourcing
19th Annual IP Conference
6 October 2023
Boston, MA
What’s Hype and What’s Happening in IoT
30 November 2017
Cambridge, MA
Helping Haiti: An Evening to Benefit CRUDEM
03 November 2016
Boston, MA