Lexi C. Fuson



Lexi Fuson litigates product liability cases in state and federal courts around the country, including federal multidistrict litigation (MDLs). She represents manufacturers of medical devices, consumer products and food products.
Lexi has experience drafting discovery, drafting Daubert and other motions, preparing for expert witness depositions, preparing for oral arguments, and implementing global settlement programs. As a member of several trial teams, Lexi also has experience developing case strategy, evaluating witnesses, preparing for fact and expert witness examinations, and preparing for opening and closing arguments.

Past Experience

Lexi is knowledgeable on international law matters from her time as a research assistant for Professor Alfred C. Aman. Lexi gained experience in litigation and product liability matters as a summer associate with an Indianapolis firm and summer law clerk with Cummins Inc.

As an undergraduate, Lexi interned in the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, focusing on compliance and technical issues and helping small businesses navigate environmental regulations.


Bar Admissions



Indiana University Maurer School of Law
J.D. magna cum laude, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (editor-in-chief) (2016)

Indiana University
B.A. in English, with high distinction (2013)

Leadership & Community

Pro Bono

  • Eskenazi Medical-Legal Partnership — Represent parents of children with disabilities and family members of elderly persons who are incapacitated in guardianship proceedings

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association


  • Faegre Baker Daniels – Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2017
  • Order of the Coif 
  • Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies — Outstanding Associate Award, Fall 2015
  • Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition — Octofinalist, Board Member, and Brief Writing and Oral Advocacy Honors
  • Boys and Girls Club — Volunteer of the Year, 2013
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