Lisa’s background also includes counseling and defending public entities in both state and federal courts in matters involving wrongful death, dangerous conditions, automobile, and other general liability claims. She has not only won numerous motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment on behalf of her clients, many of which have been upheld by appellate courts, but is also a proven trial attorney and has successfully tried several cases to verdict.
Prior to entering private practice, Lisa served as a judicial extern for federal judges in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. She earned her bachelor’s in political science from University of California, Santa Barbara before going on to earn her juris doctor at Loyola University School of Law, where she competed internationally in the Vis Moot Court Competition in Hong Kong.
•Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating: AV Preeminent
•Goldberg Segalla Expands Southern California Insurance Coverage, Employment, and Professional Liability Teams
October 25, 2018
• Employment Practices Law Update/Year in Review, National Retail and Restaurant Defendant Association Annual Conference, West Palm Beach, FL, 2019
•“Employment Law Updates in the Era of Trump, Dreams and the #MeToo Movement,” National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2018
•“Looking Back ... Looking Forward on the Americans with Disabilities Act,” CLM National Conference, Houston, TX, 2018
•Board of Food Industry Risk Management Association (FIRMA)
•Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM)
•National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association (NRRDA)
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