Lisa J. Jerles
Of Counsel

“I enjoy the ‘out of the box’ thinking that being an attorney allows me to engage in on a daily basis. The practice of law is more than just a recitation of treatises. Every day I use my creativity and analytical skills to craft strategies and arguments that will help my clients.”

  • Lisa focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation cases and family law matters. Lisa has worked with local and national businesses to resolve disputes relating to contract disputes, real estate transactions, employment issues and shareholder derivative claims. Lisa has also handled defense of TCPA claims.

    Lisa works closely with her clients to implement a legal strategy that works with their long term personal and professional goals. Lisa believes that a little creativity and a strong knowledge of the legal issues are the key to client satisfaction. Lisa’s clients know that she will go the extra mile to be sure that their expectations are met.

    • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D., 2008
    • Barnard College, B.A. in English, 2001
    • Florida, 2008
    • New York, 2010
    • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2009
    • Rising Star, Florida Super Lawyers Magazine, 2014
    • The Gordon School of Beth David Congregation; Incoming School Board Chair, 2016-2017
    • The Gordon School of Beth David Congregation; Board Member, 2011-present
    • The Gordon School of Beth David Congregation; Chair, Parents’ Association 2013-2015
    • PJ Library Committee – the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Committee Co-Chair, 2014-2016
    • Beth David Congregation; Board Member, 2013-present
    • Michael. T. Landen and Lisa J. Jerles, ‘Tis the Season to Avoid Workplace Legal Troubles, Law360, December 21, 2015, available at http://www.law360.com/articles/738188/tis-the-season-to-avoid-workplace-legal-troubles
    • Todd A. Levine and Lisa J. Jerles, As S. Florida’s Economy Rebounds, What We Learned in the Courtroom, DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW, Jan. 6, 2014.
    • The Pediatric Research Equity Act and the Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act – Helping or Hurting America’s Children? 6 CARDOZO PUB. L. POL’Y & ETHICS J. 515 (2008).