Elizabeth Todd has practiced law for over 28 years and is available to mediate all matters, whether mandatory or voluntary. In her law practice, Elizabeth has served as both plaintiff and defense counsel. Having worked “both sides of the table” for many years, she understands matters from all points of view. This experience is an essential component of her mediation practice. Clients know they are working with someone who has the expertise and empathy to achieve successful resolutions.
Elizabeth has expertise in Subrogation & Recovery – Large and Multi-party. She represents small and large companies in their day-to-day operations and claims. The types of companies she has experience with include Ambulance Service, Solar Power, Financial Services, Sports Gyms, Shareholder Disputes in Closely Held Corporations, and Construction. Her Construction Related Litigation experience includes Construction Defects.
Elizabeth has handled Product Liability matters involving products from vehicles to washing machines to heavy equipment. She also has experience with Property Boundary Disputes and Eminent Domain, Inland Marine losses and damages, Coverage Disputes, General Liability Defense, Serious and Catastrophic Personal Injury Brain Injury and Amputations and Medical Malpractice.
She is a mediator for both Civil and Family Financial cases. She mediates cases filed in Federal District Court for the Western District of North Carolina. Elizabeth is also a certified mediator in South Carolina.
- The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, 1982-1985
- Pepperdine University School of Law, 1989-1992