Lynn’s diversified practice allows her to function as a trusted advisor to companies and individuals across a broad array of industries and practice areas, including in the consumer products space, all forms of civil litigation, with a focus on class actions and Proposition 65, and white collar criminal litigation and government investigations.
In the civil arena, Lynn defends clients in cases involving alleged financial fraud, employment and wage and hour violations, unfair competition under Business & Professions Code Section 17200, and Proposition 65 violations. Lynn also represents alcohol beverage suppliers and distributors in breach of contract and business tort litigation. She has extensive experience drafting pretrial motions and discovery, arguing motions in state and federal court, and taking and defending depositions of plaintiffs, fact witnesses, corporate representatives, and expert witnesses.
In the criminal arena, Lynn represents clients in the defense of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, False Claims Act, Clean Water Act, and money laundering and antitrust laws. She also defends students in Title IX university disciplinary matters with parallel criminal proceedings. Lynn has extensive experience defending business organizations, employees, and witnesses and representing victims in government investigations and criminal actions. Her broad experience also includes conducting internal investigations in white collar matters and governmental investigations and interfacing with state and federal prosecutors. Lynn has criminal trial experience in state and federal court.
Under Proposition 65, Lynn has defended countless businesses in notices of violations across a broad array of product lines and chemical compositions, both pre-litigation and in litigation. In addition, she routinely counsels corporate clients to develop and enhance compliance programs under Proposition 65 and the California Cleaning Product Right to Know Act.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lynn R. Fiorentino