Lindette focuses her practice on Intellectual Property. In particular, she has significant experience in matters including:

  • domestic and foreign patent prosecution involving biological, chemical, and pharmaceutical inventions;
  • analyzing the intellectual property risks associated with various business models;
  • trademark availability opinions, preparation and prosecution of trademark application preparation, trademark protection, and trademark licensing;
  • copyright application, copyright protection, copyright licensing, and copyright enforcement;
  • patent licensing;
  • development and coordination of international trademark protection; and
  • analyzing the intellectual property aspects of potential acquisitions.

With a strong background in matters involving patents, trademarks and trade secrets, Lindette has also become well-versed on obstacles faced by the fashion industry such as copyright infringement and trademark licensing.

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to entering the legal field, Lindette spent two years as a Lab Manager/Research Assistant at The Wistar Institute, a Cancer Research Facility affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania. While at Wistar, Lindette was a member of the lab of Dr. Ronan Marmorstein in the structural biology department. The Marmorstein Lab focuses its research on the structure-function relationship of macromolecules using tools of chemistry, biochemistry, and X-ray crystallography. Lindette's research focused on the structural and biochemical studies of non-catalytic chromatin regulatory proteins, such as DNA-binding proteins, histone chaperones, and chromatin targeting proteins.

In 2006-2007, Lindette served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Clifford S. Green, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. She also served as a summer intern for Judge Green in 2004.

Beyond Fox Rothschild

Lindette is a board member of Teens In Perspective, Inc. (“T.I.P.”), a nonprofit organization that provides leadership development programming to teen girls from low to mid-income families. Making its debut in 2005, T.I.P.’s aim is to help teen girls become socially, morally, emotionally, physically and cognitively competent by addressing the broader developmental needs through research-based programs and other progressive series of activities and experiences.

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Honors & Awards

  • Named to the Lawyers of Color's Second Annual Hot List (2014)
  • Selected as a "Pennsylvania Rising Star" by Philadelphia Magazine and Law & Politics Magazine (2014, 2015, 2016)
  • Selected to the 2013-2014 class of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Bar Leadership Institute