Lindsey H. Chopin is an associate in the Labor & Employment Law Department and a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group, focusing on complex employee benefits litigation.
With a diverse range of clients, Lindsey represents financial service providers, hospitals, large corporations and multiemployer funds in matters including breach of fiduciary duty claims, stock drop claims, church plan claims, withdrawal liability and delinquent contribution claims.
Lindsey also has experience in the traditional labor and employment arena, representing employers defending against wrongful termination claims alleging discrimination, harassment and hostile work environments.
A frequent author on employee benefits issues, Lindsey regularly contributes to Proskauer’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation blog. She has authored pieces on interference with employee benefits, standing and best practices for administration. She has also published articles in BNA Insights and the Guide to Assigning and Loaning Benefit Plan Money, and has contributed to articles published for HR Executive Online. Prior to joining Proskauer, Lindsey was published in the Loyola Law Review on an FLSA decision and regarding federal education reform.
Previously, Lindsey served as a law clerk to the Honorable Carl J. Barbier in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. Prior to law school, she was a teachNOLA Fellow and taught high school French in the New Orleans public school system for two years.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lindsey H. Chopin