Lisa M. Jarmicki practices in Riker Danzig’s Litigation Group. Lisa’s practice focuses on all aspects of complex and multi-party commercial, construction, business and financial litigation in both state and federal courts; including construction defect litigation, private equity fund litigation, estate litigation, and professional malpractice litigation. In her construction defect litigation practice, Lisa has represented a wide variety of clients, including developers, general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers and material suppliers. 

Lisa is a board member of The Center for Great Expectations, a not-for-profit that provides residential treatment and services for homeless, pregnant women.

In 2012, Lisa was an invited panel speaker at a two day national construction conference which focused on construction defect issues affecting attorneys, carriers and builders.  The panel specifically addressed issues in the construction litigation arena such as an insurer's duty to defend and reservation of rights, additional insured issues and the role of bankruptcy in construction lawsuits.  Most recently in June 2013, Lisa spoke at an ICLE seminar.  The seminar focused on Handling the Construction Defect Case and Lisa addressed representation of the subcontractor.

In 2009, Lisa participated on a panel of leaders in New Jersey construction law at a seminar entitled, “Tackling Construction Law Issues.” The seminar discussed the many issues that construction lawyers encounter when representing clients. Specifically, Lisa discussed issues that construction defense lawyers face in defect law suits, as well as important and often complex construction statutes and rules.

Lisa received her Bachelor of Science degree, magna cum laude, from The University of Scranton in 2000. She went on to earn her JD, cum laude, from Notre Dame Law School, where she was a member of the National Moot Court Appellate team.

Thomson Reuters has included Lisa on the Super Lawyers “Rising Star” list in 2009 and 2016 for Construction Litigation.  See Awards and Honors Methodology

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