Lisa M. Koblin
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Lisa M. Koblin focuses her practice on employment and labor law litigation, defending clients in suits involving allegations of discrimination, retaliation, harassment, hostile work environment, common law tort claims and allegations of procedural or substantive due process violations.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Koblin served in the role of Deputy Attorney General for the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General where she acted as co-lead trial counsel for successful civil jury trials, obtained summary judgments on behalf of state agencies and represented defendants through all stages of litigation proceedings in the Superior Court of New Jersey, as well as the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Ms. Koblin has extensive law and motion practice including filing pleadings, conducting discovery, taking and defending depositions, drafting dispositive motions and appearing before federal and state court judges for oral argument. She also assists clients in negotiating favorable settlements at mediation when appropriate.
Professional & Community Activities
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- Philadelphia Bar Association
- Homeless Advocacy Project
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