Lisa S. Greenberg

Senior Associate

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Practice Areas and Expertise

Lisa S. Greenberg is a Senior Associate at Gravely Pearson Wollenweber Freedman, LLC. Lisa joined GPWF at its inception in early 2018, eager to continue her complex litigation work with colleagues Wes Wollenweber and Lee Freedman. Lisa’s multi-faceted litigation practice focuses on insurance recovery for housing and business clients, including condominium and homeowners associations, and apartment communities. Lisa also handles complex construction and real estate litigation, construction defect matters for residential owners, mechanic’s lien filing and litigation, mold remediation disputes, other types of business and housing litigation, and collections issues.

Lisa’s practice includes state and federal litigation, appeals, and mediation and arbitration matters. She handles all aspects of her clients’ cases, taking them from inception through trial. Representing both plaintiffs initiating litigation and defendants looking to get out of cases unscathed, Lisa thrives on helping clients determine and pursue their goals within the legal system and she works tirelessly to get clients the outcome they desire. Lisa’s analytical skills, problem-solving abilities, and attention to detail aid her in navigating her clients’ issues to a successful resolution, and her breadth of experience has taught her to think outside-the-box and explore novel solutions that allow her to best attain her clients’ goals.

Lisa is originally from Boston, MA, and moved to Colorado shortly after graduating from law school. An avid equestrian, Lisa has been horseback riding since she was 8 years old and when she isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her horse, Myka. As a 5-year Coloradan, Lisa also loves hiking, fishing, camping, and spending time with her friends and family.

Education

Oberlin College – B.A., 2008

Boston College Law School – J.D., 2013
– Senior Editor, Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review

Publications

Go With The Flow, Common Interests, March 2017 at page 10-11.

https://cai-rmc.org/resources/Pictures/0317%20Common%20Interests%20WEB.pdf

 Standing in the Desert: Prudential Standing in Wilderness Society v. Kane County, 39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. E. Supp. 41 (2012)

http://lawdigitalcommons.bc.edu/ealr/vol39/iss3/4

Trusting the Public: Reshaping Colorado Water Law in the Face of Changing Public Values, 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 259 (2013)

http://lawdigitalcommons.bc.edu/ealr/vol40/iss1/7

Professional Affiliations

Community Associations Institute – Rocky Mountain Chapter
-Chair Elect Editorial Committee
Apartment Association of Metro Denver
Colorado Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association

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