Lindsay Massillon is an Associate in the firm's Commercial Litigation and Employment Practice Groups.
Lindsay is experienced in all aspects of civil litigation, focusing her practice on representing employees and small business employers in employment related matters (ADA, FLSA, FMLA, Title VII, etc.). She is adamant on ensuring employee and employer clients understand all aspects of the law including the litigation process, claims, and defenses. Lindsay is admitted in Florida and the United States District court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. She serves as Treasurer for the Broward County Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section and volunteers with Legal Aid Service of Broward County.
Lindsay obtained her Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers College at Rutgers University. She received her JD from Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Southeastern University. While there, she joined Nova's Law Review and published her article "Changing Florida's Dazed and Confused Past: How Recent Legislation Provides More Options for Sentencing Drug Addicted Offenders". Lindsay served as Secretary for the Public Interest Law Society, and Sources Editor for the 35th Volume of the Nova Law Review.
- Author, "Changing Florida's Dazed and Confused Past: How Recent Legislation Provides More Options for Sentencing Drug Addicted Offenders", 34 Nova. L. Rev., 321 (2009)
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Broward County Bar Association
- Young Lawyers Section, Treasurer