Adriene Lynch is a senior associate in the firm’s Litigation & Trial Practice Group. Her diverse practice includes litigating disputes in California state and federal courts, including matters involving contract disputes, commercial and residential foreclosures, unfair debt collection issues (FDCPA, FCRA, Rosenthal Act, etc.), unlawful detainer and commercial leasing disputes, franchise matters involving the Petroleum Marketing Practices Act (PMPA), and various bankruptcy related issues.
Ms. Lynch received her J.D. from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, where she served as president of the Women’s Law Association for two years. During her time at Loyola, she served as a legal extern for the Honorable Audrey B. Collins of the Central District of California, and worked as a “certified law student” in the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Juvenile Division. She received her B.A. from Georgetown University in 2003.
Ms. Lynch is currently a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the National Association of Women Lawyers and the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles.
- Successfully tried a case for a major petroleum company involving Petroleum Marketing Practices Act violations, antitrust violations and breach of contract claims.
- Part of the team that prevailed on a dispositive motion defeating claims against the client by a major banking institution in excess of $9 million.
- Defended a national financial institution in debt collection cases, including defense of FDCPA, Rosenthal Act, FCRA, TILA and TCPA claims; consumer protection claims; various contractual claims; and fraud.
- Part of the team that successfully represented a client in a nationwide class action that included putative claims for fraud, unconscionability, violation of consumer protection statutes and breach of contract, and which sought hundreds of millions in damages.