- Representing a pharmaceutical company as plaintiff in district court litigation involving false advertising and unfair competition claims under the Lanham Act. Sandoz Inc. v. Amgen Inc., No. 22-cv-05326 (C.D. Cal.).
- Representing an optical device manufacturer as plaintiff in district court litigation relating to intraocular lens technology. HOYA Corp. et al. v. Alcon Inc. et al., No. 3:20-cv-03629 (N.D. Tex.).
- Representing a telecommunications company as defendant in district court litigation relating to fiber optics. Obtained favorable summary judgment ruling regarding patent ownership. Core Optical Techs., LLC v. Nokia Corp., 8:19-cv-02190 (C.D. Cal.); No. 2023-1001 (Fed. Cir.).
- Represented a fire and rescue apparatus manufacturer as plaintiff in district court litigation and appeals in a dispute with a competitor relating to aerial fire apparatus. Obtained a preliminary injunction for the client prohibiting sales of infringing fire apparatus and a jury verdict finding the defendant’s infringement was willful. Pierce Mfg. Inc. et al. v. E-One Inc. et al., No. 8:18-cv-00617 (M.D. Fla.); No. 2019-1276 (Fed. Cir.); No. 2022-1560 (Fed. Cir.).
- Represented a financial technology company as defendant in district court litigation relating to deposit automation technologies in which a competitor’s patent was found invalid. Hyosung TNS, Inc. v. Diebold Nixdorf Inc., No. 3:16-cv-364 (N.D. Tex.).
- Represented a telecommunications company as respondent in an ITC investigation and as defendant in district court litigation relating to optical data transmission in subsea wavelength division-multiplexed (WDM) systems. Certain Subsea Telecommunication Systems and Components Thereof, Inv. No. 337-TA-1098 (ITC); Xtera Inc., et al. v. Nokia Corp., et al., No. 1:17-cv-01876 (D. Del.); Xtera Inc., et al. v. Nokia Corp., et al., No. 6:19-cv-00278 (W.D. Tex.).
- Represented a U.S. cellular carrier as defendant in district court litigation relating to wireless communication standards and technology. Sol IP LLC v. Verizon Commc’ns Inc., et al., No. 2:18-cv-00528 (E.D. Tex.).
- Represented a telecommunications company as complainant in an ITC investigation and as plaintiff in district court litigation relating to power management and antenna design in mobile communication devices. Certain Electronic Devices, Including Mobile Phones, Tablet Computers, and Components Thereof, Inv. Nos. 337-TA-1038, -1039 (ITC); Nokia Techs. Oy v. Apple Inc., No. 2:16-cv-01441 (E.D. Tex.).
- Represented a telecommunications company as third-party intervenor in eight district court actions relating to 3G and 4G mobile telecommunications core networks. Huawei Techs. Co. Ltd. v. T-Mobile, US Inc., et al., Nos. 2:16-cv-00052, -55, -56, -57 (E.D. Tex.); Nokia Solutions and Networks US LLC v. Huawei Techs. Co. Ltd., Nos. 2:16-cv-00753, -754, -755, -756 (E.D. Tex.).
Lindsay Church is a senior associate with the Intellectual Property Litigation Team in Alston & Bird’s Atlanta office. She focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation and counseling and has experience with matters involving licensing and F/RAND obligations.
Lindsay received her J.D. from Harvard University, where she served as the managing editor of the Journal of Law & Public Policy and co-editor-in-chief for The Harvard Law Record. In law school, Lindsay received a human rights fellowship to work at an organization in London that provides legal assistance to journalists around the world. She also conducted research on free speech as a visiting student at the University of Oxford’s Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy. Lindsay received her B.A. in journalism, summa cum laude, from the University of South Carolina, where she also graduated with honors from the South Carolina Honors College. Lindsay served on the board of directors for VOX Teen Communications.
- Harvard University (J.D., 2016)
- University of South Carolina (B.A., 2013)