Elizabeth Key is a litigator who represents clients in an array of commercial civil disputes across the public and private sectors. Elizabeth’s practice involves litigating construction claims in the context of public procurements and infrastructure projects, as well as advocacy for policyholder clients and maximizing their insurance recoveries. Elizabeth has particular experience navigating the complexities of COVID-19 eviction moratoria on behalf of commercial landlords.
Prior to joining Nossaman, Elizabeth was a litigation associate at a preeminent Sacramento law firm where she gained experience in all phases of the litigation process, including pretrial pleading and motion practice, written discovery and depositions, expert discovery, and trial preparation.
Elizabeth received her J.D. from the University of California, Davis School of Law, where she served as an editor for the UC Davis Law Review. In her second year at King Hall, Elizabeth served as an extern for the Honorable Troy L. Nunley of the Eastern District of California.
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Community & Professional
Barristers’ Club, Executive Board Member
Schwartz/Levi Inn of Court, Member
Women Lawyers of Sacramento, Member
Honors & Recognitions
Witkin Award for top grade in Negotiations
Women Lawyers of Sacramento Scholarship, Recipient, 2016