John E. Lindros, Esquire

Practice Areas

  • Business and Corporate Matters, Civil and Commercial Litigation
  • Wealth Transfer Planning, Tax Advice and Planning


  • Delaware (1976)
  • Pennsylvania (1982)
  • California (1989)
  • U.S. Tax Court (1977)
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware (1979)
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (2002)


  • Master of Law (Taxation) [LL.M] Degree – Villanova University
    School of Law (1992)
  • Juris Doctorate Degree – Rutgers University School of Law (1975)
    Associate Editor of the Law Journal
    American Jurisprudence Awards in Corporations and Torts
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) European History – St. Joseph’s University (1971)

Mr. Lindros practiced privately in Wilmington, Delaware from 1976 to 1981, representing owners of closely held businesses and substantial net worth individuals. His practice included tax advice and planning, deferred compensation and qualified plans, business and corporate matters, civil and commercial litigation, wealth transfer planning, and residential and commercial real estate transactions.

Mr. Lindros began practicing inside major corporations in 1981. He served as associate General Tax Officer of Atlantic Richfield Company and its affiliate ARCO Chemical Company, serving for over 15 years in posts of increasing responsibilities in Pennsylvania, the United Kingdom, and California. In 1997, Mr. Lindros joined InterGen, an independent electric power producer owned by Shell Oil and Bechtel Group, Inc., where he served in Boston, Massachusetts and became Vice President of Taxes, heading their world-wide tax function. In 2002 he began practicing privately as a sole practitioner in West Chester, Pennsylvania until he co-founded Toscani & Lindros, LLP in 2005.

Mr. Lindros is also a member of the Pennsylvania and Chester County Bar Associations. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Chester County Bar Association, as well as Chair of its Business Law Section, and provides regularly approved CLE (Continuing Legal Education) programs for members. He was named for “Excellence in Business Law” by Main Line Today magazine in 2010 and 2013. Mr. Lindros is a Master Member of the American Inns of Court, John E. Stively, Jr. Chapter.

Mr. Lindros has been a frequent public speaker on business law and tax matters. He also is an adjunct lecturer in Business Law and Political Science at Cabrini College in Radnor, Pennsylvania, teaching Business Law and U.S. Constitutional Law, as well as Current Events and History courses. He has also taught Business Law at the University of Delaware. Additionally, Mr. Lindros has served as member of the Board of Visitors of the Haub School of Business at St. Joseph’s University.

Mr. Lindros has been an active member of the Tax Executives Institute, holding officer and director positions in several cities, including service as Vice President of the Philadelphia Chapter, and as the Chair of the Federal Tax Committees for the Philadelphia and New England Chapters. He has served on the Tax Policy Committees of the Western Oil & Gas Association, the Chemical Manufacturers Association, the National Foreign Trade Council, and the Electric Power Supply Association. In the past, he has been a member of the Wilmington Tax Group, and the European-American Tax Institute.

In community activities, Mr. Lindros has served as Treasurer and member of the Board of Directors of the Daylesford Lake Condominium Association. He also served as President of the Piermont Woods Civic Association in Newark, Delaware. He has been a committee Chair for Lobbying Planning during the development of the 2001 Strategic Plan of the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District and Treasurer and Board member of the Berwyn-Paoli Area Little League.