Lisa Anne Coe
Telephone: (213) 236-1608
Lisa is a trial attorney practicing in in state and federal courts, including probate, unlawful detainer, and bankruptcy adversary proceedings. She has an extensive and diverse background in real property, commercial finance, leasing, construction law, personal injury and products liability. Lisa litigates real estate and business issues for owners, lenders and business clients facing tough issues involving property ownership, financing, lien priority, wrongful foreclosure, property development, and ADA claims.
Before joining AMC, Lisa focused on civil litigation in the areas of real property title litigation, personal injury, premises liability, and toxic tort. She also has many years of experience in non-litigation areas of commercial leasing, risk management, estate administration, corporate formation and governance, franchise law and trademark registration. Lisa also defended wrongful death and personal injury cases throughout Northern and Southern California, including mass toxic tort and asbestos cases.
Lisa’s extensive experience, determination and skill in every stage of litigation – from client counseling and management, discovery, research, review of historical documents and building records, interfacing with public agencies and witnesses, high-risk depositions, high level motion practice on new areas of law, jury and bench trials and judgment enforcement – allows her to adeptly handle complex, multi-faceted cases with confidence and proven results focused on the needs of her clients.
Lisa’s representative experience includes the following:
- Real Property Owners and lenders in disputes over ownership and lien priority in all courts including, state and federal civil, bankruptcy, probate and appellate courts.
- Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California, Juris Doctorate – 1998, Top Third
- Honors: American Jurisprudence Award in Trusts and Wills,
- First Honors Award in Land Use Controls
- Law Journal: Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Journal, Editorial Board of Directors, Technical Editor, Published Comment: Changing Child Support Taxation In Canada: Great Step or Sidestep? 19 Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Journal 969, August 1997.
- University of Phoenix
- Bachelor of Science, Business Administration – 1993
- U.S. District Court: Central, Eastern, Northern, and Southern Districts of California
- U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit
Areas of Practice
- California State Bar, Real Property Section
Items of Note
- $196,000 Jury Verdict in unlawful detainer action representing plaintiff lender
- $800,000 Judgment on for mortgage fraud representing plaintiff lender
- Summary Judgment in wrongful foreclosure case representing defendant lender
- Permanent Injunction against trespassing neighbor representing plaintiff owner