Lisa M. Scalisi

Lisa M. Scalisi is of counsel to Parker | Scheer LLP, working primarily with the firm’s Business Litigation practice group.  She represents individual clients as well as business entities, handling matters involving contract disputes, shareholder disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, business torts, consumer protection under M.G.L. Chapter 93A, employee versus independent contractor disputes, and trademark and copyright protection.  Lisa also practices commercial and residential real estate litigation.

Prior to becoming of counsel to the firm, Lisa worked as a law clerk and an associate attorney for Parker | Scheer. While studying law, she worked as a subrogation paralegal for Travelers Insurance Companies, gaining experience in plaintiffs’ products liability and personal injury litigation. She also interned in the Trial Division of the Office of Attorney General Martha Coakley, where she contributed to the defense of employment discrimination and retaliation claims and tort claims against the Commonwealth.

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Education
  • B.S. Business Administration, Salem State College
    summa cum laude
  • J.D., Suffolk University Law School
    cum laude
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • United States District Court, District of Massachusetts
  • United States District Court, District of New Hampshire
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
  • Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • New Hampshire Bar Association
Legal Papers and Publications
  • Co-author, “Deconstructing Rule 23: A Comparison of Massachusetts and Federal Class-Action Litigation,” Flaschner Judicial Institute (2013) (with Kevin C. Adam and The Honorable John M. Greaney (ret.), Former Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court)
  • Kelo v. City of New London: Fifth Amendment Takings and the Effect on American Property Rights.” Presented at 12th Annual Massachusetts Statewide Undergraduate Conference (April 27, 2006)