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Financial Litigator Lindsay Roberts Joins McGlinchey’s Jackson OfficeRead Time: 1 min
McGlinchey is pleased to announce that Lindsay Roberts has joined the firm’s Financial Services Litigation practice group as an associate in the Jackson office. Lindsay will focus her practice on representing consumer financial services companies in such legal matters as lender liability claims, class actions, government investigations, reverse mortgage litigation, and home equity loan claims. She also offers experience with the often-overlapping areas of construction and contracts law.
Prior to joining McGlinchey, Lindsay served as a senior associate attorney at Carson Law Group, PLLC, where she worked on such litigation matters as residential and commercial construction litigation, business and commercial litigation, copyright and intellectual property, and election disputes.
“We are happy to welcome Lindsay to McGlinchey,” said Anthony Rollo, chair of the firm’s nationwide financial services litigation and commercial litigation practices. “Her varied experience as a litigator will enhance our already robust litigation services in the financial sector. We look forward to providing our clients with her insights and expertise.”
Lindsay is admitted to practice in Mississippi state and federal courts and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. She received the Best Business and Start-Up Attorney Award by the Jackson Free Press in 2021. While in law school, she served as the Technical Articles Editor for her school’s Law Review and received a Publication Award for her work.
“Lindsay is a great addition to our office here in Jackson,” said G. Dewey Hembree III, Managing Member of the Jackson office. “We are dedicated to providing excellent litigation services, and Lindsay’s skills and experience will yield tremendous benefits for our financial services clients.”
Lindsay received her J.D., magna cum laude, from the Mississippi College School of Law in 2018. She received a bachelor’s degree in public policy leadership from the University of Mississippi in 2014.