Lindsey focuses her practice on regulatory compliance and corporate transactions in health care as well as employment and labor law matters. She joined McCarty Law LLP in October 2017. Before joining McCarty Law, Lindsey worked for several organizations including Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP; the Health Law Consultancy; Health Justice Project; Equip for Equality; Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago; the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the General Counsel (HHS); and the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law.
Her professional background makes her adept at understanding and navigating health care policies as she advocates for her clients. Specifically, Lindsey has researched and drafted memoranda on HIPAA, Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, Medicare, Medicaid, disability law, public benefits law, labor and employment law, lead safety laws, and civil rights law. Lindsey’s practice also includes helping clients from a variety of sectors navigate complex privacy and cyber security law issues to reduce the risk of data breaches, which can be costly and damaging to a client’s reputation.
While with HHS, she successfully drafted a motion to dismiss on behalf of CMS in a Medicare provider enrollment case before a Departmental Appeals Board Administrative Law Judge. At Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Lindsey received the CALI Award for the highest grade in Health Law Legal Writing; was a Beazley Health Law Fellow; and was an academic tutor for Constitutional Law. In addition, she served as Senior Editor of the Annals of Health Law; acted as a student liaison for the ABA’s eHealth and Privacy Subcommittee; and was a member of the Health Law Society.
J.D., 2017, Loyola University Chicago
B.A., magna cum laude, 2009, University of Florida
Member, ABA eHealth and Privacy Subcommittee
Member, American Health Lawyers Association
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Before law school, Lindsey served over two years in the United States Peace Corps as an agriculture and food security volunteer in Teotecacinte, Nicaragua. In the Peace Corps, she designed, wrote, and managed a USAID-funded grant to better capacitate a farmers’ cooperative in the production of certified corn seed for market. She enjoys gardening, hiking, biking, traveling, and camping. Lindsey lives with her fiancé and rescue dog in Appleton.