Lisa Teich

Lisa Teich

Adjunct
Room number: 
422T

Education

 -  Fordham University School of Law, J.D.

 -  University of Michigan, B.A. Psychology

Bio

Part-Time Faculty, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

  • Evidence, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence,  American Judiciary, The Law and Institutional Treatment & Introduction to Corrections
  • Pre Law Advisor

Adjunct Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law-Employment Discrimination

Admissions

New York State Bar 
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York

United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Expertise

  • “Planning a RIF: Steps to Protect Your Company from Discrimination Claims,” New York Employment Newsletter (March 2009).
  • “But …. He Started It! Workplace Banter Has No Place in the Workplace,” New York Employment Newsletter (September 2007).
  • “Religion and the Workplace: Harmonizing Work and Worship,” ALI ABA Current Developments in Employment Law (July 2007).
  • “The ‘Faith-At-Work Movement’: The Growing Role of Religion in the Workplace,” New York ALA Newsletter, (March/April 2007).
  • “The Unintended Consequences of Welcoming Religion Into the Workplace,” New York Employment Newsletter (March 2007).
  • “Religion and the Workplace: Harmonizing Work and Worship,” ALI ABA Current Developments in Employment Law (July 2006).
  • “Bankruptcy Code Limitations on the Rights of Issuers of Letters of Credit to Collect Reimbursement from a Bankruptcy Estate,” ABA Bankruptcy Litigation Journal (Winter 2005).
  • “Bankruptcy Code Limitations on a Landlord’s Ability to Recover Past Due Rent,” ABA Bankruptcy Litigation Journal (Winter 2005).
  • “Real Estate Lenders Gamble with Automatic Stay Waivers,” Real Estate Finance Journal (December 2004).
  • “Bankruptcy Code Limitations on the Rights of Issuers of Letters of Credit to Collect Reimbursement from a Bankruptcy Estate,” Real Estate Finance Journal (August 2004).
  • “Protecting a Lessee’s Possessory Interest in the Event of a Lessor’s Bankruptcy Filing,” Real Estate Finance Journal (June 2004).
  • “Bankruptcy Code Limitations on a Landlord’s Ability to Recover Past Due Rent,” Real Estate Finance Journal (April 2004).
  • “Are Narrow Interpretations of Chapter 11 Tax Exemptions Threatening to Overshadow the Remedial Nature of the Bankruptcy Code?” Real Estate Finance Journal (October 2003).
  • “Protecting the Assets of Single-Member Limited Liability Companies in the Event of Bankruptcy,” Real Estate Finance Journal (August 2003).
  • “Rent Abatement as Liquidated Damages or Unenforceable Penalty?” Commercial Leasing Law and Strategy (April 2003).