Bullard Law is pleased to announce the addition of Lindsey M. Tran as an associate in the firm. Lindsey has a varied professional background which includes litigation, in-house, human resources, and labor and employee relations work for some of the largest companies in the country. Lindsey joined Bullard Law after relocating from San Francisco where she worked for Twitter, Inc. in their global employment legal and employee relations team. During her time at Twitter, Lindsey provided HR advice and counseling on matters relating to workplace conflicts, personnel policies, performance management, terminations, separation agreements, policy drafting, and general employment law advice and counseling.
After graduating from law school, Lindsey joined Kaiser Permanente’s National Labor Relations Strategy team where she advised c-level executives on contract proposals, bargaining planning, bargaining to impasse, union strategies, and corporate campaign strategies. Lindsey then worked as a litigation attorney for Hanna Brophy, LLP, a California law firm, where she represented employers throughout the state. Prior to working at Twitter, Lindsey worked for Amazon.com in their global employee relations team where she successfully helped the company avert several external organizing efforts.
Lindsey’s experience working for some of the biggest companies in the country puts her in a unique position to understand both the business and legal needs of her clients. Lindsey believes that understanding a company’s corporate culture and its business needs is essential to providing effective legal advice and representation.
Lindsey is a graduate of the University of California, Hastings College of Law, as well as the University of San Diego where she received her bachelor’s degree.
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