Clarissa Lintner is an associate in Montgomery McCracken’s Litigation Department. She focuses her practice on a variety of litigation matters involving complex commercial and bankruptcy litigation, government and internal investigations, and compliance/risk management disputes. Clarissa has counseled clients in complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts and bankruptcy proceedings as well as represented individuals and entities in government investigations relating to regulatory and compliance issues.
Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Clarissa clerked for the Honorable Renée Marie Bumb in the District Court for the District Court of New Jersey.
Clarissa received her J.D. degree from Harvard Law School and was a member of the International Human Rights and Clinic and an Executive Committee member of La Alianza. Clarissa received her B.A. degree, cum laude, in Anthropology from Yale University.
- Represented a litigation trust that was established as part of a bankruptcy reorganization plan where the trust was involved in a multi-district litigation case that sought damages in the billions of dollars for various claims related to a leveraged buy-out transaction that led to the bankruptcy. Prepared legal research memoranda and drafted motions aimed at resolving the case and achieved a favorable settlement through court-ordered mediation with the directors and officers responsible for the leveraged buy-out.
- Harvard Law School
- Yale University