Lynnyetta Keller represents clients in corporate and transactional matters, and complex commercial litigation. She advises clients on corporate and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, real-estate, internal investigations and contract negotiations. READ MORE
Her broad range of litigation experience includes contract disputes, class action defense, antitrust claims, government investigations, employment discrimination, third-party subpoenas, and high-stakes commercial disputes. Lynnyetta possesses experience in several aspects of litigation – from pre-trial investigations through post-trial motions – including e-discovery, written discovery, depositions, courtroom advocacy and motion practice.
Prior to beginning her private practice, Lynnyetta clerked for the Honorable Victoria A. Roberts of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and externed for both the Honorable Steven C. González of the Washington State Supreme Court and the Honorable Madeline H. Haikala of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.
Honigman LLP, Associate (2017-2019)
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Victoria A. Roberts (2016-2017)
Washington State Supreme Court, Judicial Extern to the Honorable Steven C. González (2016)
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama, Judicial Extern to the Honorable Madeline H. Haikala (2015)
Costello Law Firm, Legal Intern (2015)
Sound Transit, Legal Intern (2014)
Republic Services, Area Revenue Share Administrator (2010-2013)
Washington State Bar Association
Loren Miller Bar Association
Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association of Seattle
Philip L. Burton Memorial Scholar (2016)
King County Bar Foundation Scholar (2015)
Stokes Lawrence 1L Diversity Scholar (2014)
Outstanding Leadership Award, Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce (2011)
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