Elisabeth Martini

Attorneys

Elisabeth Martini

Associate

Elisabeth practices in the areas of commercial litigation, products liability, professional liability, construction defect, insurance coverage, and personal injury. She has represented a wide variety of both institutional and individual clients in matters involving claims ranging from several hundred dollars to claims over $5 million.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Elisabeth was a project manager for a real estate development company in Boston, MA. This previous experience has allowed her to have first-hand knowledge of the inner working of large-scale commercial disputes and a wide range of construction related issues.

Admissions

Arizona
District of Arizona
Massachusetts
California
Central District of California
Colorado

Education

Bentley University – Bachelor of Science in Management and Marketing
Bentley University – Master of Business Administration in Real Estate and Finance
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law – Juris Doctorate, Trial Advocacy Fellow

Professional Affiliations

State Bar of Arizona – Member
State Bar of California – Member
Defense Research Institute – Member, Past Co-Chair of Women in the Law Seminar activities

Representative Cases

– Defended general contractor client in claim involving allegations of over $2 million damages and obtained favorable resolution at mediation.
– Successfully obtained summary judgment for realtor and broker client arising out of professional negligence claims.
– Successfully defended subcontractor clients from allegations of construction defect and obtained favorable resolution of claims.
– Successfully pursued unlicensed contractor/house flipper who failed to disclose material deficiencies in home purchase process.
– Represented both insurers and insureds in prosecuting rights and remedies available under policy language.
– Successfully defended geotechnical engineer in claim involving over $10 million of damages in five state and federal matters, including obtaining summary judgment on contractual limitation of liability clause.

Elisabeth Martini