Practice Areas: Employment Litigation

Lindy Korn, an attorney specializing in employment law, represents individuals in the Buffalo area and the surrounding regions of upstate New York. Her primary focus lies in addressing workplace civil rights violations, encompassing issues such as sexual harassment and retaliation claims. Ms. Korn, drawing upon her extensive mediation experience in both state and federal courts since 1997, offers diversity training and consultations to companies with the aim of preventing hostile work environments. She founded her own company dedicated exclusively to this purpose and has conducted training programs across the nation. Additionally, she holds a role as an administrative judge for the state liquor board.

In 1975, Lindy Korn earned her bachelor’s degree in history from Boston College. Subsequently, in 1978, she obtained her law degree from Ohio Northern University College of Law and was admitted to practice in New York in the same year. Over the years, Ms. Korn has solidified her standing within the legal community. She has contributed articles addressing workplace issues and legal matters to publications like the Buffalo Law Journal, the Buffalo Jewish Review, and the Daily Record. Furthermore, she serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Buffalo School of Law, where she instructs on sexual harassment mediation. Previously, she taught courses on workers’ compensation and conflict resolution at the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations and the School of Architecture and Urban Planning. In addition to her educational roles, she has made appearances on AM Buffalo as the “Workplace Doctor,” where she discusses topics such as zero tolerance, workplace bullying, and workplace dating.

Beyond her legal career, Ms. Korn actively engages in her community. She sits on the board of directors for The UB Center for the Arts Advisory Council, The Women Lawyers & Physicians Counsel, and the Buffalo Prenatal-Perinatal Networks. In 2011, she held the position of president for the Mid-Day Club of Buffalo.

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