Lindsay Sherwood FouseLindsay Sherwood Fouse Clark Hill
Lindsay Sherwood Fouse
Lindsay Sherwood Fouse is an Associate in the Litigation group in Clark Hill’s Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania office. Lindsay concentrates her practice in complex commercial litigation and represents corporations, governmental and municipal agencies and individuals in state and federal court. She also practices in the areas of white-collar criminal defense and internal investigations and counsels multinational companies on best practices for corporate compliance and ethics. Lindsay has worked with clients in a variety of industries, such as healthcare, pharmaceuticals, technology, municipal and manufacturing.
In 2018, Lindsay was named to Pittsburgh Business Times’ “30 Under 30,” an award recognizing young professionals who are leaders in the Pittsburgh business landscape, and has been selected by her peers as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2018-2020. Lindsay was appointed by the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to serve as a Hearing Committee Member beginning in 2017. Responsible for adjudicating claims of alleged misconduct by attorneys in the Commonwealth, Lindsay is honored to be one of the youngest attorneys appointed to this position and joins a distinguished group of attorneys who serve an important process of the Disciplinary System. In 2019, Lindsay was elevated to a Senior Member and appointed to act as Chair for disciplinary hearings.
Lindsay is an active member of the Hay Chapter of the American Inns of Court and the Allegheny County Bar Association. She is also a proud member of the Board of Directors of Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh and co-chairs the Programs Committee. RTP provides core home repairs for neighbors who are veterans, elderly or disabled and works to revitalize communities of high need in the Greater Pittsburgh area.
Lindsay was a summer associate in Clark Hill’s Pittsburgh office in 2014. In June 2015, she earned her J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law where she was a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant for first-year law students, a senior staff editor of the Duquesne Law Review, and an invited competitor in Arbitration for Duquesne’s Appellate Moot Court team. She also worked as a research assistant to the former Dean of Duquesne’s School of Law, Ken Gormley, who was recently named President of the University, during which time she contributed to editing and completing the manuscript and supplement for his 2016 book, “The Presidents and the Constitution.” Lindsay earned Outstanding Oral argument in her first year and served as a summer law clerk for the Honorable Terrence McVerry of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania in 2013. Upon graduation, Lindsay was awarded the 2015 John J. Sciullo Peer Excellency Award. Before law school, Lindsay graduated, magna cum laude, from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
- Presenter, “US Supreme Court Recent and Upcoming Cases of Interest and The Modern Supreme Court Bar,” October 2019.
- Presenter, “Effect of the Opiates Crisis on the Courts,” February 2018.
- Presenter, “FRCP Amendments Impacting Attorney-Expert Communications and Expert Reports,” December 2016.