Elizabeth Hamrick’s litigation practice focuses on a wide variety of financial services, general civil litigation, environmental law, product liability, and labor and employment-related matters for clients such as national banking associations, local businesses, and national manufacturing, energy and pharmaceutical companies. Elizabeth has substantial recent experience assisting with managing a large mortgage servicer’s portfolio of litigation associated with claims that sales of property by foreclosing homeowners’ associations on super-priority liens can extinguish first deeds of trusts. Her work has included multiple aspects of litigation, from drafting responsive pleadings and dispositive motions to working with experts, deposing adverse parties, responding to discovery, and preparing cases as they approach trial.

Having worked on cases in both state and federal court across the country, Elizabeth has experience with complex, multi-party litigation, expert witness preparation, case discovery, and legal writing. This experience allows her to serve a wide variety of clients that includes large companies, individuals, and small businesses to provide a range of legal services, from researching and analyzing a discrete issue to assisting with a case through its ultimate resolution.

Notable Matters
  • Represented clients in response to requests for information by the EPA related to a Superfund site, participation in potentially responsible parties (PRP) groups, and the consent decree process
  • Drafted dispositive motions and conducted discovery related to national pharmaceutical litigation
  • Assisted clients in responding to U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charges and wrongful termination claims
  • Conducted discovery and drafted motions for toxic tort defense cases
  • Defended negligence and personal injury suits brought against employees and their employers
  • Represented homeowners’ associations and homeowners in construction-defect cases