Lindsay A. Joyner

Location: Columbia - SC

  • 1201 Main Street, Suite 1200
    Columbia, SC 29201
  • Tel : 803-724-1706
  • Fax : 803-779-1767

Lindsay Joyner is a partner in GWB’s Columbia office. Her practice places an emphasis on financial institution, business and commercial, professional negligence, and trust litigation. Lindsay has presented matters in these practice areas before both state and federal courts.

A significant portion of Joyner’s legal practice is devoted to lender liability. She handles a wide variety of financial institution issues, including advising bankers on policy and customer issues that arise as well as litigating matters from an offensive and defensive perspective.

Additionally, Lindsay represents corporate and individual clients in business and commercial litigation matters. She regularly handles matters concerning contractual disputes, business torts, shareholder disputes, and other complex litigation arising out of business transactions. Lindsay used the experience gained from representing clients in these areas to co-author the ABOTA Masters in Trial. Masters in Trial puts the best lawyers in the state in front of an audience to try a case. Lindsay’s case was the first commercial case ever used by Masters in Trial.

Lindsay appreciates that client service is equally as important as legal skills and knowledge. As a result, Lindsay makes client expectations and satisfaction a central point of her practice. She takes great effort to be accommodating and communicative with her clients at all times.


Clients or their national counsel routinely call upon GWB to serve as its local counsel in highly visible cases in which there may be significant exposure.  The firm has four offices in North Carolina and South Carolina, and has attorneys licensed in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, numerous federal trial and appellate courts, and the Supreme Court of the United States.   The firm has tried hundreds of complex cases to verdict in state and federal courts throughout the Carolinas.  The firm has regularly advised national counsel on a number of topics including:

  • Provide insight regarding case and trial strategy
  • Advise on local law, matters of procedure, and case law
  • Communicate and meet court deadlines
  • Attend court hearings
  • Provide accurate, detailed, and timely responses to requests for information
  • Assist with the pro hac vice admission process

GWB attorneys have also acquired a unique understanding of the inner-workings of the judicial system and the nuances of each jurisdiction.  Through the years, the team has forged valuable relationships with exceptional attorneys and experts all over the United States.