Lindsay Lollio Joins Aronberg Goldgehn
Lindsay Lollio has joined Aronberg Goldgehn as an associate. She maintains a fast-paced litigation practice representing clients in the United States, Asia, Canada and Europe in the areas of insurance coverage and commercial litigation.
As coverage counsel, she regularly analyzes and litigates complex insurance coverage matters on behalf of insurance carriers concerning a wide breadth of issues, including matters arising from professional liability, construction and personal injury litigation.
In addition, Lindsay represents corporate clients in multifaceted, complex commercial disputes involving, for example, breach of contract and asset purchase agreements.
Having represented a broad range of local and foreign individuals and entities in a variety of matters, Lindsay understands the unique needs of the firm’s clients and takes the time to learn about and prioritize their needs and goals. She has successfully prepared and argued dispositive motions on behalf of clients, including motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment in state and federal venues. She has also obtained, to her clients' satisfaction, resolutions of matters through alternative dispute resolution.
Prior to joining private practice, she was a judicial extern to the Hon. Virginia M. Kendall of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Lindsay earned her J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law in 2010 and her B.A. from the University of Michiganin 2006. While a student at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, she served as co-Editor of the Public Interest Law Reporter's Symposium for two years. As co-Editor, she was instrumental in the planning and preparation of two continuing legal education symposia entitled: "Separate and Unequal? The Socioeconomic Realities of Public Education in America," and "Delinquency or Illness? The Intersection of Mental Health and Juvenile Justice." Also while she was a law student, Lindsay was on the Dean’s List and was a founding member of the school's Alternative Dispute Resolution Society.