Jacquelyn Lindsey

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Jacquelyn (Jackie) Lindsey joined the firm in 2022. She is passionate about protecting consumer rights in antitrust and securities litigation and brings a fresh perspective to teamwork and professional collaborations. She does not shy away from difficult or seemingly insurmountable facts and challenges, as she believes there is always a path through to favorable outcomes for her cases.

Jackie specializes in managing complex e-discovery and deposition scheduling and contributes innovative approaches to trial preparation to ensure that plaintiffs are confident in her legal counsel. In 2021, she served as project manager of the e-discovery team on the fast-moving Varsity All-Star and Scholastic Cheer Market Price-Fixing Litigation. Among her multifaceted responsibilities, in this case, she reviewed discovery-related documents to determine the best strategy and use of files for depositions. With an eye for efficiency, she organized the firm’s document review team, ensuring that the review was completed correctly and ahead of schedule. This role also relied on her expertise in organizing the plaintiffs’ document productions, with the responsibility of applying confidential designations and redactions as needed.

Prior to joining the firm, Jackie ran her own law office for over a decade, where she successfully negotiated settlements for a range of clients. She conducted equal employment law investigations, drafted final agency decisions for various federal government entities, and defended clients at hearings. She has also enjoyed success at a prominent plaintiff’s side civil rights firm, where she collaborated with their trial team, representing clients in various high-profile cases. The distinct zeal she brings to the profession has resulted in several multi-million-dollar settlements in the private and public sectors.

Jackie has a keen interest in the academics of law and the mechanics in which our judicial system operates. She was an adjunct professor at John F. Kennedy University, teaching legal research, writing, and employment law. She has also served as an adjudicator for the United States Department of Agriculture, where she reviewed pertinent evidence for Title VI and Title VII claims prior to drafting final agency decisions.

Jackie continues to nurture her professional development and has earned a certificate in Public Interest Law. She is a member of the Federal EEO and Civil Rights Practitioners and a Dorraine Zief Law Library Scholar. She is a member of the American Bar Association and California Women Lawyers. During law school, she externed for Judges Joyce M. Cram, Joni T. Hiramoto, and John H. Sugiyama of the Contra Costa County Superior Court. She served as an editor for the University of San Francisco School of Law's Journal of Law and Social Challenges. In addition, she also externed for the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s White Collar Crime Unit in Northern California.

Jackie is dedicated to addressing injustices both in the business and social sector. She has demonstrated this commitment through mentorship to young minority lawyers through the Charles Houston Bar Association. She is particularly proud to have served as a clerk for The Forgotten International. This non-profit raises funds to provide shelter and education for young women in parts of India and Northern Africa.

Varsity All-Star and Scholastic Cheer Market Price-Fixing Litigation

Diisocyanates Antitrust Litigation: The firm represents plaintiffs Utah Foam Products, Inc.; NPC Coatings, Inc.; Rhino Linings Corporation, Tri-Iso Tryline LLC, and a prospective class in an antitrust action against Bayer, Covestro, BASF, Dow Chemical Company, and other related companies and conspirators. Plaintiffs allege defendants engaged in a scheme to fix, raise, and maintain prices at supracompetitive levels for methylene diphenyl diisocyanate and toluene diisocyanate products sold in or shipped to the United States from at least January 1, 2016-present.