Mr. Lindsay is an experienced and accomplished attorney with a diverse background litigating complex civil and class action claims, employment matters, and intellectual property disputes. With Quintilone & Associates, Mr. Lindsay represents employees, employers, businesses and individuals in all types of employment and civil disputes, including wage and hour claims, wrongful discharge, employment discrimination, sexual and other forms of harassment, unfair competition, general business matters, and trade secret cases.
Mr. Lindsay has focused his employment practice on wage and hour class action litigations, and was a senior attorney for a well-respected employment class action firm for over four years before joining Quintilone & Associates. He has been the attorney with primary responsibility for litigating over 50 complex class actions under the California Labor Code and unfair competition laws, and has prevailed for his clients in all aspects of motion practice, including summary judgments, motions on the pleadings and coordination proceedings, class certification, and discovery and pre-trial motions. Mr. Lindsay has achieved superior results for the thousands of plaintiffs and Class Members he has represented, recovering more than $20 million in settlement funds on behalf of his clients for wage and hour claims.
Mr. Lindsay began his law practice by concentrating on intellectual property matters, first with the oldest intellectual property boutique firm in Los Angeles and then with a respected firm in San Francisco, where he primarily focused on patent infringement litigation. He has patent infringement jury trial experience, and with his employment litigation experience, Mr. Lindsay has attended to the daily prosecution and litigation of complex civil cases from filing to trial for over twelve years. He is also experienced in transactional matters, including prosecuting patent and trademark applications, providing infringement and invalidity opinions, and drafting and negotiating license agreements and complex case settlement documents. As general counsel to a network of title and mortgage companies, Mr. Lindsay has also attended to licensing, compliance, and corporate formalities.
Mr. Lindsay graduated cum laude from Whittier Law School in 2001, where he was Executive Editor of the Whittier Law Review. His law review was published and honored as the school’s Scribes Award nominee. He earned an intellectual property certification at Whittier, was named a Dean’s merit scholar, and became active in the Inns of Court. He also served as a judicial extern to a presiding justice, and then began employment with his first firm as a full time law clerk as a second year student.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Lindsay graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and is proud to have been a Radio West Point disc jockey. Mr. Lindsay then served as an Army Corps of Engineers officer for 10 years in various stateside and overseas postings. He is a veteran of Operation Desert Shield and Storm, and his military decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal.
Mr. Lindsay has litigated and appeared before all levels of courts, including California Superior Courts, complex civil panels, Courts of Appeal, United States District Courts, and the Ninth Circuit. He has been admitted for over twelve years in California courts and district courts, including the Central and Northern Districts.
- Areas of Practice:
- Employment Law
- Wage & Hour Law
- Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice
- Business, Real Property & Consumer Litigation
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Class Actions
- Intellectual Property
- Civil Litigation