Lindsay Colvin Stone is an associate in the Labor and Employment Practice Group in the firm's New York office.

Areas of Practice

Lindsay is experienced in representing employers in a wide array of labor and employment matters in judicial, arbitral and agency forums.  Lindsay’s litigation practice includes disputes related to discrimination and harassment, wrongful termination, pay equity, restrictive covenant and non-competition agreements, misappropriation of trade secrets, wage/hour claims and class and collective actions. Lindsay also regularly counsels clients on matters including internal investigations, employee discipline and termination, policy creation and administration, and leave of absence issues.  She additionally conducts trainings on behalf of clients regarding sexual harassment, managerial issues, and workplace behavior.  Lindsay is experienced in understanding and meeting the complex needs of clients in a variety of industries, including financial services, media and entertainment, healthcare, and sports.

Lindsay is actively involved in pro bono work at the firm, including the representation of domestic violence victims, and individuals seeking asylum.  She also serves as a trusted pro bono employment advisor to non-profit organizations throughout New York City.  In 2017, Lindsay was named Sheppard Mullin’s Pro Bono Attorney of the Year.



Champion of Justice Awardee for Exceptional Pro Bono Service, Brooklyn Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Project, 2018



Labor and Employment Law Blog Posts

Fashion Law Blog Posts

French Desk Blog

Digital Media


J.D., Fordham University, School of Law, 2015, cum laude; Writing and Research Editor, Fordham Urban Law Journal; Ruth Whitehead Whaley Scholar

B.A., Union College, 2010, magna cum laude


  • Extern to the Honorable Cathy Seibel, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York


  • Connecticut
  • New York
  • United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
  • United States District Court for the District of Connecticut
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • United States Court of International Trade
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