Lindsey represents companies and individuals in a variety of investigations, litigation and counseling matters, in the U.S. and abroad, with an emphasis on antitrust-related issues. A primary focus of her practice is defending clients in multijurisdictional cartel and price-fixing investigations and related civil and class action litigation.
Her experience also includes class action defense, trade secret disputes and other civil litigation matters, and defending clients in government investigations, grand jury subpoenas, and other proceedings across a variety of issues. She also counsels clients with respect to antitrust compliance issues across a diversity of industries, including government contracting, consumer goods, and technology, among others.
Lindsey currently co-chairs the ABA Antitrust Section’s Cartel & Criminal Practice Committee and, through this work, has been invited to speak on antitrust-issues in several forums.
Her pro bono docket includes a lead role in several litigation matters, including a contested child custody dispute in D.C. Superior Court, co-chairing a jury trial in a disability discrimination case brought in federal court in the District of Columbia, and leading an evidentiary hearing related to a Section 2255 petition in the Eastern District of Virginia. Lindsey also is integrally involved in the D.C. office’s community outreach efforts and strategic partnerships.