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Lindsey Wagner, Esq.
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Lindsey was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. She was awarded a double Bachelor of Arts degree in both Political Science and Journalism at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and her Juris Doctor at Stetson University in Gulfport, Florida, with a concentration in International Law. Subsequently, she earned a Certificate in Health and Hospital law from Seton Hall School of Law.


After graduating law school, Lindsey spent a year litigating homeowner insurance claims before joining her current firm, Scott Wagner and Associates, P.A., where she has exclusively practiced labor and employment law for the past decade, serving clients in Florida, California, and Ohio. Her legal practice focuses on representing both employers and employees in employment litigation (state and federal) and arbitration as well as non-litigation, employment-related counseling and compliance, including workplace training and workplace investigations, drafting handbooks and workplace policies. She has handled hundreds of cases in state and federal courts involving EEO discrimination, retaliation, and harassment claims, wage and hour issues, wrongful termination claims, whistleblower claims, restrictive covenants/employment agreement disputes, and Labor Code violations.

Lindsey continues her employment law practice as the founding partner of the firm’s California office.


An experienced multi-state litigator, Lindsey has participated in dozens of mediations as a client advocate.  Her experience in representing both employees and employers in various types of employment-related matters equips her with an understanding of the unique intricacies faced by each side in a dispute. She trained in dispute resolution through Harvard Law School’s Executive Education Program on Negotiation Mediation course and is a Florida Circuit Civil Certified Mediator.


Lindsey handles multi-state and international mediations with a sophisticated, compassionate, and efficient approach. She places the utmost importance in establishing a connection with parties to build trust and to encourage candid conversations that foster critical evaluations of respective positions. She works tirelessly to assist parties in reaching a resolution by empowering them to make informed decisions while considering creative resolutions as an alternative to costly and time-consuming litigation or arbitration.


Lindsey is passionate about her volunteer work with the legal community. She is on the Executive Council for the Florida Bar Association Labor and Employment Section, Employee Co-Chair for  Membership Outreach with the  Labor and Employment Committee for the American Bar Association, Dinner Committee Co-Chair for the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) Labor and Employment CLE Committee, Small  Practice Co-Chair for the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA), and former Treasurer and Secretary of the National Employment Lawyers Association Florida Chapter and member of the National organization.

Lindsey splits her time between California and Ohio. Her hobbies include hiking, travel, photography, cheering on the Los Angeles Dodgers, and spending time with her family.


  • Breach of Contract/Employment Contracts/Restrictive Covenants

  • Civil Rights/EEO Claims

  • Employment and Labor Law

  • Healthcare

  • Wage and Hour

  • Multistate and International Employment Disputes


  • B.A. Miami University (Ohio)

  • J.D. Stetson University College of Law

  • Certificate in Health and Hospital Law - Seton Hall School of Law

  • Certificate, Harvard Law School Executive Education Program on Negotiation 


  • California State Courts

  • Florida State Courts

  • Ohio State Courts

  • Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California

  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida

  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida

  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida

  • U.S. District Court, Colorado


  • American Bar Association (Labor and Employment Section)

  • State Bar of California

  • Florida Bar (Labor and Employment Section)

  • Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA)

  • National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA)

  • California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA)

  • Ohio Employment Lawyers Association (OELA)

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