Lindsay A. Shaw
Lindsay Shaw joined the firm in August of 2011. She focuses her practice on personal injury defense, legal malpractice defense and products liability defense.
Lindsay graduated from Duke University in 2006 with a degree in Cultural Anthropology and a certificate in Markets and Management Studies. While at Duke, she played on the varsity field hockey team for three years, competing in two national championship games. Lindsay graduated from the Villanova University School of Law in 2010 and served as an Associate Editor for the Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal.
Prior to joining the firm, Lindsay served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Albert John Snite, Jr. in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Civil Trial Division. During her third year of law
school, Lindsay was a Certified Intern with the Chester County District Attorney's Office. Lindsay was also a ball girl for the Philadelphia Phillies for the 2009 and 2010 seasons. During the 2009 season, Lindsay was fortunate to work the third baseline for World Series Game 4.
Lindsay is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is a member of the Montgomery Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Recent Case Results
In April 2013, Lindsay successfully earned summary judgment in an auto liability action wherein the plaintiff brought suit against a vehicle owner, and not against the operator of the vehicle.
In November 2012, Lindsay successfully earned partial summary judgment in a products liability matter in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The plaintiff had alleged both design defect and lack of adequate warnings against an out of state product manufacturer. Partial summary judgment eliminated the strict liability claim before proceeding to trial.
In June 2012, Lindsay achieved summary judgment in a legal malpractice matter in Northampton County, PA based upon the plaintiffs lack of standing.
Additionally, Lindsay has recently received two non pros awards in arbitration level auto liability cases in York County and Delaware County.