Lynn A. Toops is a class action attorney who concentrates her practice on complex litigation on a local and national scale. She fights for consumers, businesses, and municipalities who have been harmed by a practice, scam, or event that has affected many others in a similar manner.
Lynn is currently representing numerous consumers who were charged improper fees by their bank or credit union, such as overdraft fees, multiple insufficient fund fees, ATM balance inquiry fees, out of network ATM fees, and immediate funds availability fees. She is also currently representing cities and counties across the State of Indiana in battling the opioid prescription epidemic via litigation against manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids.
She also frequently serves in national leadership roles on behalf of the Cohen & Malad, LLP, class action team in a variety of lawsuits, including data breach lawsuits.
Lynn was recognized by the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association as the Consumer Advocate of the Year based for her work on behalf of Hoosier families that adopted special needs children out of foster care that were not paid an adoption subsidy that Indiana’s Department of Child Services had promised to pay to the families. Lynn was able to quickly resolve the case. The Department of Child Services agreed to pay tens of millions of dollars in past and future adoption subsidy payments to the families.
Lynn has been named to the Thomson Reuters Indiana Super Lawyers Rising Star list every year since 2011. She has also been recognized by U.S. News Best Lawyers for her class action work for several years. Lynn is a frequent author and speaker on various issues concerning class action and complex litigation.