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Marcy Norwood Lynch


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Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1993; Dean's List; Dean's Merit Scholar; Order of Barristers; Moot Court Honor Society

Northwestern University, B.A., Political Science, 1990


New York and Florida

Marcy Norwood Lynch's main practice areas include complex commercial litigation, antitrust and energy.

At Boies, Schiller & Flexner, Ms. Lynch’s significant representations include: representing a global financial services company against a consortium of banks and credit card companies for the illegal and anti-competitive practices of such entities; representing a public electric utility asserting that two independent power producers failed to satisfy their obligations to deliver electricity, thereby voiding their respective power purchase agreements, resulting in a settlement that provided a net present value savings in excess of $400 million to the utility and its customers; representing a public utility and its affiliate in a class action concerning the third party use of fiber optic lines on properties throughout the State of Florida that were subject to certain easements; representing a Fortune 500 company with a focus on energy-related products and services in a derivative litigation filed by certain shareholders in the name of the company regarding change-of-control payments made to its executives; and representing a security services company in litigation and counseling regarding non-competition agreements and other employment-related litigation.

Prior to joining Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP in 1997, Ms. Lynch was associated with the law firm of Hertz, Schram & Saretsky P.C., where she represented clients in a wide range of commercial matters, employment litigation, and securities litigation. Following law school, she worked at Prudential Securities Incorporated, where she represented the company in litigation and arbitrations arising out of the multi-billion-dollar settlement of government-initiated enforcement actions.

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