Lynne Ingram is barred in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Florida.
Lynne is a seasoned trial lawyer with many years of experience trying a wide variety of cases in both the civil and criminal contexts. She defends clients in civil matters across the country, through all stages of litigation. Lynne works with clients in a broad range of industries, including construction, hospitality, insurance, medical, and product design and manufacturing. Her practice areas span commercial and construction litigation, mass disasters, personal injury/negligence, and premises and products liability defense. She has handled a number of catastrophic, high exposure losses that garnered national media attention.
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 to verdict, and more than 100 felony bench trials. She spent the majority of her time there in the Major Trials Unit, trying attempted murders and armed robberies, and in the Dangerous Drug Offenders Unit, investigating violent drug traffickers. Lynne was also appointed as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, where she was assigned to a long-term prosecution of an international drug cartel.
Lynne’s entire career has been in litigation. She appreciates 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 problem solving, 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. Lynne is a member of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel (FDCC) – an invitation-only organization consisting of accomplished defense attorneys, corporate counsel, and insurance industry executives who have achieved professional distinction during their careers – and serves on the Admissions Committee and as Vice-Chair of the Construction Law Section. She began a Diversity & Inclusion Committee at CC&O, and sits as the co-chair of that Committee. Lynne is very active in DRI, as a vice-chair of the Women in the Law (WITL) Committee and as a member of the steering committee for the Fire Science and Litigation SLG of the Products Liability Committee.
Lynne lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her husband, their son, and two dogs. When she’s not working, she enjoys traveling with her family, spending time at the beach, and reading.