Lisa is a civil litigation trial attorney (bench and jury trials) practicing in in state and federal courts, including probate and bankruptcy adversary proceedings, in the specific areas of real property, land use, fraud, secured transactions, wrongful foreclosure, property liens, credit union, banking and commercial business transactions, construction law, personal injury and products liability. Lisa litigates and advises on real estate and business issues for owners, lenders and business clients including banks and credit unions facing tough issues involving property ownership, financing, lien priority, wrongful foreclosure, property development, and commercial business transactions.
Before joining Anderson, McPharlin & Conners LLP, 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’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and skill in every stage of litigation – from client counseling and management, discovery, research, review of historical documents and building records, interfacing with public agencies and witnesses, high-risk depositions, high level motion practice on new areas of law, jury and bench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 lives in Arcadia, California and enjoys lots of family time, outdoor sports, beach and desert camping, off-roading, the arts and playing with her very active Boston Terriers.
Lisa’s significant appellate (unpublished) opinions include the following: