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Liz Enroth prides herself on her ability to understand a complex issue from many vantage points, allowing her to successfully guide her clients through intricate and multifaceted problems. She strives to assist her clients in resolving matters in the most cost-efficient manner, while keeping an eye on the big picture.

A commercial and business litigator, Liz helps clients at all stages of the litigation process, including initiation or defense of a lawsuit, conducting discovery, trying cases, and, if needed, navigating the appellate process. Liz has experience litigating contract, business tort, intellectual property, and construction disputes. She also counsels clients on creditors' rights and bankruptcy issues. 



  • Obtained a defense verdict on a $13 MM claim for breach of a lease after trial to the bench
  • Second chaired prosecution of intellectual property misappropriation claims against data management company to favorable jury verdict of $53.6 MM
  • First chaired prosecution of claim for breach of farm lease to favorable jury verdict of approximately $90K plus attorney fees
  • Obtained favorable judgment after trial to the bench for avoidance claims on behalf of Unsecured Creditors' Committee in adversary bankruptcy matter
  • Represented industrial equipment dealer in claim for wrongful termination of dealership agreement
  • Represented former CEO of an energy company regarding multi-million dollar contract dispute
  • Obtained a favorable zoning determination and defended that determination on appeal

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Nebraska State Bar Association Leadership Academy, 2019-2020


J.D., Villanova University School of Law 2013 (magna cum laude)

  • Order of the Coif
  • Associate Editor, Villanova Law Review (2012-2013)

B.S., University of Nebraska at Omaha, 2008 (magna cum laude)


  • State of Nebraska
    State of Minnesota
    U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska
    U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
    U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
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