Lynne Ingram’s practice focuses on defending manufacturers and their products, contractors and their services, and property management owners in complex civil litigation matters throughout the country. Lynne handles a number of complex civil matters both nationally and regionally in federal and state court, from inception through mediation and trial.
Lynne has an extraordinary background as a trial lawyer. Prior to joining CC&O, Lynne spent more than five years as a prosecutor at the District Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia, where she tried more than 40 felony jury trials and more than 100 felony bench trials. Lynne was appointed as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, where she was assigned to a long term drug investigation and prosecution.
Lynne’s entire career has been in litigation, and her past experience allows her to bring a unique perspective to her cases. She understands what is truly important to her clients: frequent communication, responsiveness, and an understanding of their business objectives. Lynne's practice is focused on efficient and effective management of time and resources, and she works closely with her clients to evaluate each case, balancing their business goals with the demands of the litigation.
Lynne is a leader at CC&O, as well as in the defense bar. She began a Diversity & Inclusion Committee at CC&O, and currently sits as the co-chair of that Committee. Lynne is also very active in DRI, as the vice-chair of the Women in the Law (“WITL”) Networking Committee and as a member of the steering committee for the Fire Science and Litigation SLG of the Products Liability Committee.
Lynne is a volunteer with the Parents Advisory Network (“PAN”), a group of volunteer parents who provide support to the families of babies in the NICUs at Bryn Mawr, Lankenau, and Paoli hospitals. Lynne is also a volunteer at Bryn Mawr Hospital, visiting families in the NICU and offering her support during their stay.