Lindsey Zionts is an associate in the Litigation Department. She has served as counsel on a wide range of commercial disputes, and has represented a variety of clients in the prosecution and defense of fraud claims, breach of contract actions, intellectual property issues, and bankruptcy disputes.
Lindsey’s recent experience includes prosecuting a breach of contract action based on interpretation of the governing contract’s force majeure clause, defending a client against patent infringement claims based on the sale of DNA sequencing kits, and advising inside counsel on the feasibility of unsealing grand jury records.
Lindsey was a 2015 Ballard Spahr summer associate, and prior to law school worked as a producer, reporter, and photographer for North-Central Florida's NPR and PBS affiliates.
Recognition & Accomplishments
Wharton Certificate of Management, December 2015
University of Florida Outstanding Four-Year Scholar Award, 2013
Co-author, "Public Official or Private Citizen? In Free Speech Cases, Courts Must Decide," Ballard Spahr alert, September 5, 2017
Co-author, "After Charlottesville, How Committed Do We Remain to Free Speech for All?", Communications Lawyer, Fall 2017
Co-author, "Manufacturers: Avoid this Issue—Register Your Trademarks!," Ballard Spahr alert, April 27, 2017
University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D. 2016)
Senior Editor, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law
University of Florida (B.S. 2013, summa cum laude)
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit