Attorney Profile

Rebecca M. Lillig


Rebecca M. Lillig specializes in complex construction litigation, including the defense   of homebuilders, developers, general contractors, and subcontractors.  She regularly achieves favorable results for her clients, including often settling multi-party matters at no net-loss to her clients. Much of Ms. Lillig's work has been on behalf of one of Southern California's premiere residential developers.

Ms. Lillig's construction litigation experience has provided her with a wealth of knowledge and expertise not only in the areas of residential construction and development, but also in all aspects of construction, including effective tools for risk management.  In 2010, Ms. Lillig was a guest speaker at The California Geotechnical Engineering Association's annual Loss Prevention Seminar, where her presentation to owners, managers and field technicians focused on tips and tools that can be used for the prevention and reduction of future construction defect liability.

Ms. Lillig received her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, magna cum laude, in 2000, from Pepperdine University.  She received her law degree from the University of San Francisco, School of Law, and was admitted to the California Bar in 2005.  While in law school, Ms. Lillig received the CALI award for excellence in her labor law studies, and the Moot Court Best Brief Award.  She was also an Advocate of the Year Quarterfinalist, a Merit Scholarship Recipient, and was a board member and Articles Editor for USF's Law Review.

Ms. Lillig is also an avid sports enthusiast.  Prior to joining Simpson Delmore Greene LLP, she interned with the legal department for The Oakland Raiders where she analyzed and drafted sponsorship and corporate agreements, and handled issues related to the National Football League's collective bargaining agreement.

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