Lisa Grumbine is an associate at Grant & Eisenhofer where she focuses on sovereign and public entity representation, primarily in matters seeking to redress environmental contamination. Ms. Grumbine currently represents several state Attorneys General and municipalities in environmental litigation. In that role, she is prosecuting claims against 3M Co. and other manufacturers of toxic firefighting foam laced with toxic PFAS chemicals, which now contaminate groundwater, drinking water, and other public resources. Ms. Grumbine also handles a wide range of securities and commercial litigation actions on behalf of institutional investors and consumers.
Prior to her legal career, Ms. Grumbine worked in the banking industry with a primary focus in ERISA and Defined Contribution Plan compliance and administration. Ms. Grumbine is a graduate of ABA National Employee Benefit Trust School.
Ms. Grumbine earned her J.D. from Temple University, Beasley School of Law in 1997 and her B.S. in Consumer Economics, cum laude, from University of Delaware in 1990.