Lindsay represents companies in the agribusiness, manufacturing, petrochemical, specialty chemical, healthcare and education industries. Her litigation practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial, toxic tort, product liability, medical-defense and appellate law. Lindsay also has experience representing manufacturing and education clients in class action lawsuits.
Managing the day-to-day toxic tort litigation for several manufacturing clients, Lindsay specializes in defending asbestos exposure claims against premises owners and solvent exposure claims against petrochemical manufacturers. She routinely deposes exposure witnesses, develops trial strategies and tactics and advises clients regarding dose, causation and medical diagnosis issues. As part of this practice, Lindsay advises clients on minimizing litigation spend and risk in some of the most dangerous venues for corporate defendants, including California, Illinois, Missouri, New York and West Virginia.
While representing clients in product liability actions, Lindsay has successfully deposed expert witnesses resulting in cases being voluntarily dismissed or disposed of at the summary judgment stage. As a part of her medical defense practice, Lindsay routinely represents medical providers against allegations of negligence and personal injury. In the field of education law, Lindsay defends private-sector universities and colleges against consumer class actions. She is particularly well-versed in strategies for defending claims of alleged fraud against educational providers.
Lindsay also has experience litigating individual and class action claims brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). She has successfully defended companies against allegations of sending unsolicited text messages, facsimiles and calls to cellular and residential phones.
Lindsay has an active pro bono practice, dedicating significant time to representing victims of domestic violence and indigent clients with a variety of legal issues.
Before joining the firm, Lindsay taught English at a high school in Chicago through Teach for America. She remains actively involved in educational equity efforts in the St. Louis region.