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Lisa Goodison Faden, Esquire received a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the Pennsylvania State University in 1984. She attended Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware, graduating in 1992 with honors and in the top four percent of her class. She was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and competed in labor law competitions.
Ms. Faden has successfully litigated jury trials and compulsory, contractual and private arbitrations to verdict in state court, federal court and in alternative dispute resolution forums in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Massachusetts. She has also successfully argued a matter of first-impression before the Pennsylvania Superior Court. She is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Ms. Faden concentrates her practice in various areas of insurance defense litigation. She has extensive experience in matters involving auto liability, commercial motor vehicle claims, property and casualty insurance fraud, first and third party benefits, bad faith, uninsured and underinsured motorist benefits, property claims, medical malpractice, nursing home, products liability, and commercial litigation.
Ms. Faden is active in many community service endeavors. She has been an active volunteer with the Arthritis Foundation of Eastern Pennsylvania since 1999 and volunteers with other organizations including The American Cancer Society, The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and Simon's Fund. Ms. Faden was a Judge of Elections for four years in Upper Dublin Township.
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