Lynsey D. Johnson is an Attorney at Ottinger Employment Lawyers.
Lynsey’s practice focuses on complex litigation with an emphasis on representing employees in employment representative and class action lawsuits at both the state and federal levels.
She also represents individuals in matters involving a wide range of employment matters including wage and hour violations, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, whistleblower retaliation and breach of contract.
Lynsey is known for her strategic thinking and ability to develop innovative legal strategies. She is a fierce advocate both inside and outside the courtroom, skilled at negotiating favorable settlements and, when necessary, litigating aggressively to protect her client’s rights.
Before joining Ottinger Employment Lawyers, Lynsey practiced employment law at two national employment defense firms.
Having previously worked as an attorney representing employers, Lynsey possesses an in-depth understanding of the strategies and tactics often employed by companies in employment disputes.
This knowledge allows her to effectively anticipate and counter the opposing side’s arguments, resulting in favorable outcomes for clients.
Driven by a passion for justice and a desire to make a positive impact, Lynsey chose to shift her focus to promoting workplace equality and improving working conditions for all individuals.
Understanding the challenges that employees face, Lynsey takes the time to listen attentively to clients’ concerns, ensuring that their voices are heard and that their stories are told.
Clients appreciate her compassionate approach and ability to effectively communicate complex legal concepts in a clear and relatable manner.
Lynsey received her Juris Doctorate from the University of California, College of the Law, and a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Politics from The University of San Francisco.
Honors and Recognition
- The Best Lawyers in America©, “Ones to Watch: Labor and Employment Law – Management” (2022)
- The Best Lawyers in America©, “Ones to Watch: Labor and Employment Law – Management” (2023)
Admitted to Practice
- Supreme Court of California
- United States District Court for the Northern District of California
- United States District Court for the Southern District of California
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of California
- United States District Court for the Central District of California