Marc A. Lindsey

Marc A. Lindsey

Partner

  • Phone (202) 857-2564
  • Fax (202) 223-0833

Education

    • University of North Carolina
    • J.D.
    • University of Pennsylvania
    • M.S.E.
    • Systems Engineering
    • Howard University
    • B.S.E.E.

Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • District of Columbia Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • I EEE

Admissions

  • New York
  • District of Columbia
  • North Carolina

Marc Lindsey is a partner in the firm of LB3. Since joining LB3 in 1998, Mr. Lindsey has negotiated outsourcing, cloud computing, managed services (including managed security services), software licensing, system development and maintenance agreements on behalf of large enterprise clients, including many of the Fortune 100; assisted large telecommunications users in the negotiation of network service agreements; and structured Voice over IP ("VoIP"), and other managed voice and data network services transactions. Mr. Lindsey also helps Fortune 500 corporations and other major companies assess and mitigate risks arising out of their adoption and use of new Internet-based technology products and services.

Mr. Lindsey has developed a niche practice helping organizations manage their IPv4 and IPv6 number resources effectively.  In this regard, he has counseled clients in connection with the purchase and sale of IPv4 numbers in the secondary transfer market, assisted companies migrating to IPv6, and advised organizations with legacy IPv4 numbers when they interact with regional Internet registries like the American Registry for Internet Numbers ("ARIN"). 

In addition to his representation of large enterprises, Marc Lindsey advises early stage technology companies (on an outside general counsel basis) when their continued growth requires strong alignment between the legal services they receive and their core business goals but before the companies are ready to employ full-time in-house counsel.

From 1996 through 1998, Mr. Lindsey was an associate in the Charlotte, North Carolina office of Hunton & Williams where he represented clients in commercial litigation concerning antitrust, consumer fraud, and class actions. 

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Lindsey was a systems engineer for GE where he specialized in software engineering and systems integration. Mr. Lindsey often speaks on topics that are at the intersection of technology and the law.

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Marc Lindsey is a partner in the firm of LB3. Since joining LB3 in 1998, Mr. Lindsey has negotiated outsourcing, cloud computing, managed services (including managed security services), software licensing, system development and maintenance agreements on behalf of large enterprise clients, including many of the Fortune 100; assisted large telecommunications users in the negotiation of network service agreements; and structured Voice over IP ("VoIP"), and other managed voice and data network services transactions. Mr. Lindsey also helps Fortune 500 corporations and other major companies assess and mitigate risks arising out of their adoption and use of new Internet-based technology products and services.

Mr. Lindsey has developed a niche practice helping organizations manage their IPv4 and IPv6 number resources effectively.  In this regard, he has counseled clients in connection with the purchase and sale of IPv4 numbers in the secondary transfer market, assisted companies migrating to IPv6, and advised organizations with legacy IPv4 numbers when they interact with regional Internet registries like the American Registry for Internet Numbers ("ARIN"). 

In addition to his representation of large enterprises, Marc Lindsey advises early stage technology companies (on an outside general counsel basis) when their continued growth requires strong alignment between the legal services they receive and their core business goals but before the companies are ready to employ full-time in-house counsel.

From 1996 through 1998, Mr. Lindsey was an associate in the Charlotte, North Carolina office of Hunton & Williams where he represented clients in commercial litigation concerning antitrust, consumer fraud, and class actions. 

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Lindsey was a systems engineer for GE where he specialized in software engineering and systems integration. Mr. Lindsey often speaks on topics that are at the intersection of technology and the law.

Education

    • University of North Carolina
    • J.D.
    • University of Pennsylvania
    • M.S.E.
    • Systems Engineering
    • Howard University
    • B.S.E.E.

Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • District of Columbia Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • I EEE

Admissions

  • New York
  • District of Columbia
  • North Carolina