Summary

Lindsey is an attorney in Taft’s Labor Relations practice group. With a proven track record in labor and employment law, Lindsey is experienced in litigation, legal research, e-discovery, family law, workers' compensation, collections and immigration law. Before joining Taft, Lindsey was an attorney at a law firm in Dayton.

Lindsey received her bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and her J.D. from Mitchell Hamline School of Law. While in law school, Lindsey worked for a general practice firm in Saint Paul, Minn.

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Education

  • Mitchell Hamline School of Law (2009)
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2005)

    bachelor's degree, political science/international studies

Admissions

  • State - Ohio
  • Federal - Southern District of Ohio

Speeches and Publications

  • Lexology article, “Are You Prepared If ICE Comes Knocking? I-9 Audits on the Rise,” December 2018
  • Lexology article, "Say What? The Employee Who Failed His Post-Accident Drug Test Gets Workers’ Comp?,” November 2018
  • Lexology article, “The Miller Criteria: A 3 Step Test for Reimbursement,” November 2018
  • Lexology article, “Whoops! Now Go Clean Up Your Room: Advice for Defending Trade Secret Theft Claims After Access to Information From a Competitor,” November 2018 

Professional Affiliations

  • Dayton Bar Association

    Member

  • Ohio State Bar Association

    Member

Community Involvement

  • Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project

    Volunteer

  • Oakwood Schools Foundation

    Board of Directors

  • Montgomery County Juvenile Court

    Guardian ad Litem