Lilly G.

Lilly G. Lentz

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Lilly G. Lentz is a commercial litigator and trial attorney representing business clients in complex cases inclusive of contract disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, business torts (e.g., fraud, civil theft, and unfair competition), real property disputes, construction, and employment. Lilly has tried cases to both juries and courts, and she has experience representing clients in arbitration and mediation proceedings.

As it pertains to construction and real estate, Lilly’s practice extends to partition actions, quiet title, failure to disclose claims, and construction defects. She has represented owners, developers, general contractors, and subcontractors in an assortment of disputes involving AIA contracts, easements, fraudulent transfers, mechanic’s liens, commercial leases, homeowners associations, and insurance coverage issues. 

Her proficiency extends to various other facets of commercial litigation, including counseling executive teams and director-level management regarding contracts, business and employment practices, regulations, and dispute avoidance and resolution. She represents clients in various facets of business-related disputes involving receiverships, dissolutions, and shareholder derivative suits.  

Lilly believes in taking a holistic approach to lawyering. She finds mastering the facts of a case and the law as applied to the same are essential; equally important to her is how the broader context of her clients’ lives is impacting their legal issues.