Lisa Poplawski is a business attorney who advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, securities, corporate finance and governance, as well as matters related to aviation law. READ MORE
She provides guidance on corporate formation and capitalization, and assists public, private and nonprofit businesses with all corporate needs.
Lisa's aviation practice comprises business and commercial aircraft acquisition, disposition, operation, leasing and financing, as well as assistance to public and private corporate flight departments domestically and abroad.
Chambers® USA’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business sources commend Lisa for possessing the "industry knowledge and adaptability in helping to create an awareness in contracts or agreements." Another source shared that “she is talented and a pleasure to work with."
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Labor and Employment Team, San Francisco City Attorney’s Office, Legal Clerk
University of Oregon Economics Department and the Oregon Economic Forum, Research Assistant for Tim Duy
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, Fellow (2020)
Oregon State Bar, Securities Regulation Section, Treasurer
Portland Art Museum Advancement Committee, Member (2013-2015)
Multnomah Bar Association, Member
Business for Culture & the Arts, Art of Leadership Program, Graduate
The Best Lawyers in America© 2023 Recognizes 90 Lane Powell Attorneys
Fifteen Lane Powell Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers in Oregon for 2022
“Oregon Rising Star,” Thomson Reuters, M&A (2022)
"Oregon Super Lawyer," Thomson Reuters, M&A (2023)
Chambers® USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Corporate/M&A (2020-2023)
"Ones to Watch," Best Lawyers®, Corporate (2021-2023); Transportation (2021-2022); Corporate Governance and Compliance, Mergers and Acquisitions (2023)
The Best Lawyers in America©, Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law (2024)
“Forty Under 40,” Portland Business Journal (2020)
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