Shalise C. Zobell is a litigation associate at Crowley Fleck, who works extensively in both commercial litigation and intellectual property law.
Shalise has built a strong set of commercial litigation skills and has significant experience in commercial, natural resources, environmental, and other litigation. She has successfully assisted industry clients in multi-million dollar personal injury disputes, in oil and gas claims before the Montana Supreme Court, and in disputes involving complex environmental concerns. Shalise practices in both federal and state courts.
Shalise also vigorously assists corporate and technology clients in protecting and commercializing their intellectual property. Shalise recognizes that businesses face a changing and fast-paced traditional and online landscape, and Shalise strives to present innovative legal solutions to these issues.
Shalise grew up near Seattle, Washington and enjoys outdoor activities like cross-country skiing and hiking with her beagle.
- Commercial Litigation
- Intellectual Property & Technology
- Intellectual Property & Technology – Commercial
- Litigation and Administrative Proceedings
- Oil and Gas
- Tort Litigation
- Products Liability
U.S. District Court, District of Montana, 2014
North Dakota, 2015
2014 – J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, Magna Cum Laude
2011 – Brigham Young University, Mathematics with a minor in Political Science
Honors & Awards
ABA & Bloomberg BNA Award For Excellence in the Study of Intellectual Property Law
Board of Directors, Ronald McDonald House of Billings
State Bar of Montana
State Bar of North Dakota
Montana High Tech Business Alliance