Lindsay's trial practice concentrates on both trial and appellate advocacy. She represents real estate, personal injury, tort and arbitration entities and individuals in complex commercial, contractual, and other high stakes litigation. Lindsay has significant first chair experience in state and federal court, in Nebraska and Iowa. She also has an extensive background in alternative dispute resolution, regularly enforcing agreements to arbitrate, frequently trying cases in arbitration proceedings, and advocating for clients in mediation.

Lindsay has handled a wide variety of complex business disputes involving breaches of contract, shareholder disputes, discrimination, business torts, intellectual property, and serious personal injuries. She has significant litigation experience with financial services, insurance, retail, technology, health care, and education clients.

Before joining the Firm, Lindsay served as a law clerk to the Honorable William Jay Riley of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in 2001. She has been recognized by Benchmark Litigation as a "Future Star" of the Nebraska Bar since 2013.

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  • University of Kansas, B.A., History and Psychology, 1998
  • University of Iowa College of Law, J.D., 2001

 

  • Nebraska Bar Association
  • Iowa Bar Association
  • American Bar Association, Section on ADR
  • Nebraska Office of Dispute Resolution 30 hour Mediation training 2015
  • Omaha Community Playhouse Board of Directors 2014-present
  • Leadership Omaha Ann Goldstein Scholarship Committee 2010-present
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters Board of Directors 2010-2014
  • The Rose Theater, Board of Trustees 2005-2011
  • International Association of Defense Counsel Trial Academy 2004
  • Leadership Omaha Class 32
  • 2007 Recipient of the Ten Outstanding Young Omahans Award
  • Nebraska, 2001
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, 2001
  • U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska, 2001
  • Iowa, 2007
  • Obtained $499,000 verdict for architect/project manager in 2013 jury trial
  • Obtaining multiple judgments at trial in favor of real estate and financial clients in disputes with former employees and agents which involved allegations ranging from employment discrimination to misappropriation of business property, confidential information, and trade secrets
  • Achieving repeated enforcement of agreements to arbitrate and obtained several defense verdicts in cases tried in arbitration proceedings pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association
  • Successfully representing insurance, financial services, retail, and other businesses in suits brought by and against former employees and independent contractors
  • Achieving successful decisions on appeal in a variety of disputes for businesses and individual clients
  • Successfully representing shareholders in closely held corporations in disputes with other shareholders and litigation to protect shareholders' assets
  • Frequently defending large employers before the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court
  • Successful resolution of disputes arising out of injuries occurring in the business setting, and resolution of subrogation issues related to injuries in the workplace
  • TFF v. St. Ellen 100 LLC 2014 Neb. App. Lexis 123 (Neb. Ct. App. July 15, 2014)
  • Penner v. Penner 2010 Neb. App. Lexis 51 (Neb. Ct. App. Apr. 6, 2010)
  • Lagemann v. Nebraska Methodist Hospital 277 Neb. 335 (2009)
  • EEOC v. Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Soc'4, 479 F. 3d561 (8th Cir. Neb. 2007)


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