USLAW and S-E-A are teaming up to host the USLAW NETWORK Battery and Electric Vehicle Forum in… Continue Reading
Lisa D. Angelo
- Undergrad School: San Diego State University
- Graduate School: George Washington University Law School (LL.M)
- Law School: Whittier Law School
Los Angeles CA 90017
Lisa Angelo is a partner in the Los Angeles and Orange County offices of Murchison & Cumming, LLP and a member of the firm's Professional Liability and General Liability practice groups. Lisa is a Martindale Hubbell AV-Preeminent rated attorney and has experience in a wide variety of practice areas, including legal malpractice, agent/broker malpractice (insurance and real estate), environment consulting malpractice, product liability, ocean/marine claims, premises liability (trip/slip and fall), health law (elder abuse), breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and white collar crime. She has tried numerous cases to verdict, including a defense verdict in an alleged real estate fraud case while fully masked during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lisa is an active member of numerous professional organizations, including Claims Litigation Management (CLM), Professional Liability Defense Federation (PLDF), Los Angeles County Bar Association's Inn of Court, and Women Lawyers of Long Beach. She also has served as a speaker for several local and national organizations. Lisa is a co-chair of Murchison & Cumming's Professional Development Subcommittee, part of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion's Women's Initiative.
USLAW Practice Group Affiliations
- Medical Law: Primary
- Professional Liability: Alternate 1
Resources & Articles
Pitfalls and Successes of Remote/Hybrid Depositions, Pre-Trial Conferences, and Trials: What Have We Learned, How is Discovery Impacted, and Where Do We Go From Here?
Featuring Lisa D. Angelo, Murchison & Cumming, LLP (Los Angeles, CA); Michael D. Plachy, Lewis Roca (Denver, CO) About this program Litigating during a worldwide pandemic has caused us all to change the way we work, think, and understand what is and is not necessary to be successful. Who… Continue Reading
Much to Lisa Angelo's surprise, upon the reopening of the courts during COVID-19, the parties in her case were ordered to appear for trial and jury selection. In this real estate fraud case, the plaintiff sued her former best friend of 34 years, for intentional misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, constructive fraud,… Continue Reading