Lindsay Bishop is a litigation partner in the firm's Boston office. She concentrates her practice in general commercial disputes with focuses on insurance coverage, construction, real estate, and consumer finance litigation. Lindsay has represented policyholders in coverage disputes arising under commercial general liability insurance policies, professional errors and omission policies, and directors and officers' liability insurance policies. Lindsay’s construction experience includes the representation of a megaproject EPC contractor in an international arbitration. Lindsay has represented lenders and commercial property owners in litigation arising from real estate transactions and has served as national coordinating counsel for national consumer financial services institutions in connection with government and consumer inquiries into various bankruptcy servicing practices and has defended banking, mortgage lending and consumer financing services companies in state and federal class actions. Lindsay has also represented corporate and individual clients in white collar criminal, contract, tort, cybersecurity, legal malpractice and other general litigation matters in federal and state court actions throughout the United States, including Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Delaware, Ohio, and California.
Lindsay has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial litigation in state and federal courts, including bench and jury trials, and has managed extensive discovery for clients, including written discovery and complex discovery issues related to electronically stored information.
Prior to joining K&L Gates, Lindsay was an NCAA Division One varsity women’s soccer player at Fairfield University where she served as a captain and was named 2004 Scholar Athlete of the Year. Lindsay interned at the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office in the Homicide Unit, where she second-chaired a first-degree murder trial.
Lindsay serves as a member of the Boston Office’s Associate Review Committee.
- Panelist, Women’s Leadership in the 21st Century, Dolan School of Business, Fairfield University, 21 February 2019
- “International Criminal Court Not Embraced By All,” Understanding International Criminal Law, Lexis Nexis, 2015
- “Rea v. Michaels Stores, Inc.,” American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Class Actions & Derivative Suits Committee, March 25, 2014
- “Ninth Circuit Enlarges Defendants’ Ability to Seek Removal of State Class Actions to Federal Court,” American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Class Actions & Derivative Suits Committee, August 19, 2013.