Lisha Li Graham represents clients in the areas of commercial litigation, consumer practices and product liability defense. She represents financial institutions, companies and individuals in a variety of commercial cases, including breach of contract, fraud, negligence and business torts. As part of her commercial litigation practice, Lisha also represents creditors in Chapters 7, 11 and 13 Bankruptcy actions to preserve creditors' claims, collect debts due, and litigate creditors' claims in adverse proceedings. In the consumer practices area, she represents manufacturers of automobiles and focuses on the defense of cases involving breach of warranty, the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and Alabama's Lemon Law. In the products liability defense area, Lisha represents manufacturers of automobiles, distributors, seller of parts, as well as builders and installers against negligence and strict liability claims based upon alleged product defects which resulted in injuries or death. Specifically, she has defended clients in construction cases, Chinese drywall litigation, and pharmaceutical litigation.
In addition to the areas mentioned above, Lisha also defends claims involving premises liability, worker's compensation, as well as insurance coverage and bad faith claims. Prior to joining Rumberger, Kirk and Caldwell, she practiced at a large law firm in Birmingham, Alabama where she specialized in asbestos and toxic torts, medical malpractice and labor and employment law.
As a 2009 graduate of Cumberland School of Law, Lisha was active in the National Trial Team. She won the National American Association of Justice Trial Competition in 2008 and the Regional TYLA Trial Competition in 2009. She was named Advocate of the Year in 2009 and received the Papantonio Trial Advocacy Award. She was a member of and a published author in the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and served as the Director of the Cumberland School of Law Negotiation Competition. Lisha continues to be active in Cumberland’s trial program by serving as judge for various trial competitions.