Lindsay DeMoss Long is a passionate, results-driven litigator who focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation.
Before joining Fink + Associates Law, Lindsay practiced at a large Detroit-area law firm, where she successfully represented clients in federal and state courts across the country in a wide range of complex commercial, products liability, multidistrict, class action, customs, trade secret, and intellectual property litigation matters.
Lindsay was repeatedly designated as a Super Lawyers Rising Star and Top Female Litigator by Michigan Super Lawyers magazine and was included in Hour Detroit’s Top Women Attorneys in Michigan. She was named Pro Bono Attorney of the Year in 2013 by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and the Legal Aid and Defender Association for her work representing homeowners who were wrongfully evicted and illegally locked out of their homes by mortgage companies.
Lindsay received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Vanderbilt University in 2002, where she graduated with honors in economics and political science. During her undergraduate years, she also completed graduate coursework in economics at the London School of Economics. Lindsay received her juris doctor from American University Washington College of Law in 2005. While in law school, she received the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence, the Dean’s Award for Student Leadership, and the John Sherman Myers Award. She was also the Editor-in-Chief and founding member of the Business Law Brief, a student publication that was named The Best Student Law Publication of 2005 by the American Bar Association.
Lindsay is admitted to practice in Michigan, Massachusetts, and the Court of International Trade and has been admitted pro hac vice in federal and state courts across the country. She belongs to the Michigan and Massachusetts Bar Associations, the Federal Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Sedona Conference.
Lindsay, her husband, and daughter reside in Royal Oak, Michigan. In her spare time, she enjoys skiing, tennis, hiking, and spending time with her extended family at their house in Pentwater on Lake Michigan.
American University Washington College of Law,
Juris Doctor, 2005
Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence
Dean’s Award for Student Leadership
John Sherman Myers Award
Editor-in-Chief, Business Law Brief
Recognized as the Best Student Law Publication of 2005 by the American Bar Association
Bachelor of Arts, with honors, 2002
U.S. Court of International Trade
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
State Bar of Michigan
State Bar of Massachusetts
Federal Bar Association
The Sedona Conference