Lyn is a leading trial lawyer in white-collar criminal defense, internal investigations, and complex commercial litigation. She has represented major corporations, individuals, and witnesses in a wide range of criminal matters, including fraud, antitrust, securities, insurance, tax, health care, maritime law, environmental issues, and public corruption. Lyn has also conducted numerous internal investigations concerning, among other things, allegations of securities fraud, insider trading, FCPA violations, theft of trade secrets, accounting malfeasance, and obstruction of justice. Lyn is equally accomplished in the civil arena, representing clients in matters ranging from whistleblower complaints, employment disputes, and defamation actions to Title IX and ADA cases. Lyn has successfully tried numerous criminal and civil jury trials to verdict.
Chambers quotes a source describing Lyn as “an outstanding trial lawyer, tactician, and strategist,” adding that Lyn is “great with clients, and terrific in an urgent situation.”
From the outset of her career, Lyn has been committed to applying her legal skills for the benefit of the underserved and indigent in our community. She has continued to represent such individuals in both civil and criminal pro bono matters throughout her career.
Before co-founding Glenn Agre Bergman & Fuentes, Lyn was a partner of Kasowitz Benson Torres, an adjunct professor of law at Santa Clara University School of Law, and a deputy public defender for Santa Clara County.
Lyn serves as a lecturer in the trial practice program at Stanford Law School. Lyn is also a board member of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts of the San Francisco Fine Arts Museums and member of the Women Criminal Defenders Association. She was also previously an adjunct professor of law at Santa Clara University School of Law.
Lyn has represented:
Benchmark Litigation, Litigation Star (White Collar Crime), 2021-23
Chambers USA, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations – California, 2019-22