Lisa Bohl represents clients at the trial and appellate levels in both state and federal courts. Her practice covers a broad array of subject matters, including business litigation, financial and securities cases, and intellectual property. Ms. Bohl recently represented a media company at trial, where she delivered opening statements, conducted direct and cross examinations, and argued trial motions. As part of her pro bono practice, she also represents plaintiffs in civil rights matters.
Prior to joining MoloLamken, Ms. Bohl served as a law clerk to the Honorable Edmond E. Chang of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. She also worked as an associate at Jones Day. During law school, Ms. Bohl was a member of the Veterans Legal Services Clinic, where she represented veterans in matters involving military sexual assault, benefits, and improper service discharges.
Before attending law school, Ms. Bohl worked at Achievement First, a charter school network, and Morningstar, an investment research company.
- A large media company at a trial involving contract, fiduciary duty, and fraud claims against former executive
- A national media company in contract dispute concerning $1.8 billion debt refinancing transaction
- Global financial institutions pursuing RMBS “putback” suits against mortgage originators and other responsible parties in state and federal courts
- A global pharmaceutical company in $2.3 billion fraud and breach of contract suit
- Global technology firms in amicus briefing concerning copyright issues in the Federal Circuit and United States Supreme Court
- A civil committee in a 42 U.S.C. § 1983 suit concerning constitutional violations in state facility
- Foreign banks challenging attachment under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act in federal district courts, appellate courts, and United States Supreme Court
- Senior executives of technology company in SEC investigation into alleged accounting improprieties
- International corporations in litigation related to their trademarks