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Lisa J. Trembly

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Lisa Trembly is a seasoned commercial litigator. Her practice includes insurance coverage litigation relating to first-party property insurance policies; insurance fraud litigation; consumer fraud actions; and general commercial matters. Lisa also handles appeals, arbitrations and mediations, and advises clients on contract and insurance coverage issues and potential consumer fraud claims and violations.

Lisa practices primarily in the state and federal courts of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania but has litigated matters in many other states, including Virginia, Florida and Colorado.

A Member of the Editorial Board of New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, Lisa has authored and co-authored numerous articles for various newspapers and legal journals. Her published works have been cited by the New Jersey Supreme Court, as well as in legal treatises and commentary. She has also presented seminars relating to insurance fraud in a bad economy.

While in law school, Lisa served as co-chairperson of the Sandra Day Medal of Honor Committee, and received a Pro Bono Service Award.


Professional and Community Affiliations

  • American Bar Foundation
  • Essex County Bar Association
  • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association and Insurance Law Section
  • Co-chair, Excess & Umbrella Subcommittee of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association
  • Editorial Board Member, New Jersey Lawyer Magazine


New Jersey Lawyer Magazine
Proposed Legislation on Professional Malpractice Actions: Should the Legislature Shorten the Statute of Limitations and Eliminate Fee Shifting?
June 2016

New Jersey Lawyer Magazine
An Overview of the Timing of an Occurrence and When Coverage is Triggered
January, 2012

New Jersey Lawyer Magazine
Arbitration – Take Charge by Understanding and Designing the Process
October, 2011

Best’s Review
Contingent Business Interruption Coverage Becomes More Complex When Global Partners are Affected
August, 2011

New Jersey Lawyer Magazine
Home Improvement Disputes Under the Consumer Fraud Act: Background, Recent Case Law, and Practice Pointers
February, 2011

New Jersey Law Journal
Placing Professionals in a League of their Own
May, 2006

Seton Hall Legislative Journal
Back to the Future with the Consumer Fraud Act: New Jersey Sets the Standard for Consumer Protection
193, 29, January, 2004

American Bar Association
Insurance in the Wake of September 11th: The Legislative and Regulatory Response to Terrorism
July, 2002

State Survey Chart
Spoliation of Evidence: Trend to a New Tort
January, 2001

American Bar Association
Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Kumho Tire Treads Past Daubert – Will the Gatekeeper Accept the World Wide Web
January, 2000

ABA, Torts Insurance Practice, Property Insurance Law Committee
Complimentary Coverages?: Policy Language v. Judicial Interpretation, Contractual Differences Between First-Party and Third-Party Commercial General Liability Policies
May, 1998

News & Insights


Seton Hall University School of Law (J.D.; Articles editor, Seton Hall Legislative Journal)

Rutgers University (BS, with honors)


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