Lisa R. Hatfield devotes her practice to a variety of areas, including mediation and arbitration; administrative and government law; land use and title issues; bankruptcy law; and general litigation. Lisa has extensive experience in creditor’s rights and has represented a variety of lending institutions and corporate clients helping them achieve cost-effective solutions to complex problems. Lisa has represented lenders with respect to mortgage-backed real estate transactions including mediation, collections, loan refinancing, and loan modification agreements.
Lisa has direct experience litigating cases in the Delaware Superior Court, the Delaware Court of Chancery, the Delaware Supreme Court and the Justice of the Peace Court. She has regularly appeared in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware representing clients in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 matters and she enjoys handling administrative and other appeals. Additionally, Lisa has experience representing clients in contract negotiations, land use disputes, HOA disputes, and bankruptcy-related litigation.
Before entering private practice, Lisa served as a State’s Attorney representing the State of Maryland as a criminal prosecutor for over 7 years. She was then appointed as Alderman for the City of Newark Alderman’s Court, a part-time position which she has held since 2007. Lisa has also taught several courses at Wilmington University including Delaware Practice and LSAT Prep.
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