Lisa Myers's litigation experience includes significant property loss claims arising from water and fire damage as well as product liability claims resulting in personal injury or property loss. She has favorably resolved subrogation claims involving complex property and business interruption damages throughout the United States and Canada.
Lisa has successfully litigated numerous cases in local, state and federal courts. Based on Lisa's trial skills and litigation experience, she was chosen to serve as an assistant district attorney in Philadelphia as part of the Cozen O'Connor Partners Program. During that time, she received recognition in the press and by the deputy district attorney for her aggressive prosecution of felony and misdemeanor crimes.
In addition to her work as a litigator, Lisa has extensive experience and an ongoing interest in public affairs. She previously advised former New Jersey Assembly Speaker Joseph Roberts on his legislative outreach and communications efforts for New Jersey's Fifth Legislative District. Lisa also ran and participated in several successful legislative campaigns. Lisa continues to be involved in various political, governmental and nonprofit efforts, including her selection for the executive committee for The Variety Club, an international nonprofit dedicated to helping disabled children.
Lisa has served in various leadership capacities within the firm, including the Associates Committee, the PAC Governance Committee and the Diversity Committee.
Lisa earned her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara University and graduated, with high honors, in earning her Masters of Public Administration from Rutgers University. She graduated, with honors, from Rutgers University School of Law – Camden, where she authored the article "Preserving the Best Interests of the World's Children: Implementing the Hague Convention Through Public-Private Partnerships" for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Lisa rowed with the Rutgers Alumni Crew Team and was the Santa Clara Men's Varsity Coxswain (WIRA).