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Lyndey Ritz Zwing

Associate
Litigation
  • P 803.212.4958
    F 803.779.4749

Lyndey Ritz Zwing joined Adams and Reese in 2013 as an associate following the firm’s expansion into Columbia. Lyndey’s practice focuses on a wide array of litigation issues, including trial and appellate representation in complex business disputes. Her representative experience includes:

  • Working closely with business owners and their immediate management team to accomplish goals related to pending and/or anticipated litigation, negotiation, arbitration, administrative proceedings, disputes, or other business matters.
  • Representing trustees, personal representatives and beneficiaries related to estate litigation, including addressing assertions and claims of fraud, mismanagement, and breaches of fiduciary duty, and counseling these fiduciaries and beneficiaries with issues of enforcement and modification of trust provisions.
  • Counseling clients regarding enforcement and/or negotiation of complex non-compete, confidentiality, and trade secret agreements arising in connection with employment negotiation and litigation.

She also represents clients involved in consumer finance claims, class actions involving the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Telephone Consumer Protection Act, among others.

In the community, Lyndey is an active member of the United Way of the Midland’s Young Leaders Society, serving on the organization’s Steering Committee. She also volunteers through the Young Lawyers Division of the South Carolina Bar, participating on the Professional Development Committee and serving as Co-Chair of the Community Law Week and Bar Convention Committees. Lyndey also serves on the HUGS Committee for Adams and Reese’s Columbia office through which she assists the firm in implementing community service activities. She was the recipient of the Firm’s 2014 and 2015 HUGS volunteer awards.

In addition to these community activities, Lyndey is also a co-founder of the Furman University Columbia Alumni Chapter and actively serves on the Young Alumni Council. Her service to her alma mater also includes collaborating with the Furman Alumni Network and judging the Bell Tower Tournament, formerly the Carol N. Ney Tournament, one of the most prestigious intercollegiate mock trial competitions in the United States.

Lyndey also gives back to the community through her pro bono legal services. She assists the South Carolina Office of the Attorney General in prosecuting criminal domestic violence cases. She is an active volunteer with the South Carolina Law Answers program, a program operated by the South Carolina Bar that provides access to free legal advice for citizens who have a household income less than 250% of the federal poverty level and who do not have liquid assets exceeding $5,000 in value. She has recently become involved with the South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center’s Lawyers 4 Vets program, a pro bono legal clinic for lower-income veterans in South Carolina.