Lindsey L. Howard joined Stoll Keenon Ogden in 2016 and is an Associate in four of the firm’s practice groups, concentrating mainly on business and commercial disputes. She has particular expertise in matters of corporate governance, contract and fraud claims, insurance defense, complex commercial litigation, fiduciary obligations and environmental law.
Prior to joining SKO, Lindsey spent two years in private practice at another regional law firm, where she successfully represented a bonding company facing multimillion-dollar breach of contract and quantum meruit claims before the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. She has also obtained significant summary judgments and settlements on behalf of clients.
While in law school, Lindsey interned for the Honorable John G. Heyburn II in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky.
Business Litigation: Lindsey represents corporate clients across a range of industries and helps them navigate disputes, lawsuits and arbitrations. She argues on behalf of clients before Kentucky state and federal courts, and she develops strategies that give clients a measure of defense before any trial begins.
Business Torts: At all stages of litigation, for clients of all types and sizes, Lindsey offers strategic counsel that leaves clients well-positioned to receive a favorable verdict. She has been involved in complex commercial litigation matters, during which she gained extensive experience managing documents, experts and discovery, and preparing for mediations, arbitrations and trials for large cases.
Tort, Trial & Insurance Services: Lindsey works closely with individuals, corporations and national insurance carriers analyzing various nuanced and complicated insurance coverage disputes and developing litigation strategies designed to obtain a satisfactory resolution to coverage disputes.
Environmental Litigation: As environmental laws and regulations continue to evolve, Lindsey is prepared to provide clients with guidance on matters ranging from regulatory compliance to permit challenges. She has specialized knowledge related to hazardous waste disposal regulations and land disposal restrictions, and EPA Superfund sites contaminated with hazardous substances and pollutants.
- University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law 2014, J.D., magna cum laude
- University of Kentucky 2011, B.A., summa cum laude
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky
- Louisville Bar Association
- Kentucky Bar Association
- Defense Research Institute
- Fund for the Arts NeXt Program, NeXt Ambassador, 2017-2018
- Young Professionals Association of Louisville
- Brandeis School of Law Intrastate Mock Trial Team, coach, 2014-2016
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