Lisa K. Johnson joined Case Lombardi & Pettit in February 2011. Her areas of practice include real estate, commercial litigation, and corporate, business and tax law.
Ms. Johnson is a member of the Civics Education Committee, Women Lawyers Section, and Tax Law Section of the Hawai‘i State Bar. She is an active volunteer attorney with Volunteer Legal Services Hawai‘i and the Access to Justice Room, providing tax seminars and pro bono services for the Hawai‘i community. In addition, Ms. Johnson is a member of the Junior League of Honolulu and an active volunteer and participant with the Hawaii Chapter of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Team in Training.
Ms. Johnson is a former extern for the Internal Revenue Service, Office of Chief Counsel, in Chicago, Illinois and served as Student Publications Editor to The John Marshall Law Review. She is the author of “The I.R.S.’s Flawed Solution to the Controversy Over Deductible Claims Against the Estate and the Necessity for a Date of Death Standard,” 42 J. Marshall L. Rev. 789 (2009) and co-author, with Ted N. Pettit, Esq., of “Pledge Allegiance to Civic Education!,” Hawai‘i Bar Journal (December 2012).
AREAS OF EMPHASIS:
Real Estate; Business; Estate Planning; Taxation; and Litigation and Dispute Resolution
BAR ADMISSIONS:State of Hawai‘i
U.S. District Court, District of Hawai‘i
State of Michigan
State of Illinois (inactive)
B.A., James Madison College, Michigan State University, 2006
J.D., (cum laude), The John Marshall Law School, 2009
LL.M., (Tax) (with honors), The John Marshall Law School, 2009