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Overview

Lindsey represents clients in creditor- and debtor-side insolvency matters before state, federal and appellate courts.

Lindsey has represented Chapter 11 debtors in some of the largest, most complex reorganization cases filed in the State of Wisconsin in recent years, including the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and Cardiac Science Corporation. With her finance background, Lindsey views bankruptcy law as a complex intersection of finance, business and legal issues, and she handles client bankruptcy matters as such.

Lindsey also represents creditors and other parties-in-interest in bankruptcy cases, state court receiverships and litigation matters arising in a multitude of industries, including manufacturing, real estate and healthcare. Clients value Lindsey’s broad experience working in all phases of insolvency matters for:

  • Financial institutions
  • Corporations
  • Nonprofit organizations

Prior to joining the firm, Lindsey served as an intern for Justice Patience D. Roggensack of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.


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Education

  • J.D., Marquette University Law School
    • magna cum laude
      • Marquette Law Review, Editor
      • Moot Court Board, Justice 
      • CALI Award
  • B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • with distinction
    • Finance
    • Certificate of Spanish

Admissions

  • Wisconsin
  • South Carolina

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Turnaround Management Association
Experience
  • Represented Archdiocese of Milwaukee in sophisticated Chapter 11 reorganization.
  • Represented Cardiac Science Corporation in sophisticated Chapter 11 reorganization.
Articles | August 27, 2019
Law360 Expert Analysis: 7th Circ. Misinterprets 'Active Resistance' In Ch. 13 Stays

"Section 362(a)(3) of the Bankruptcy Code provides that a bankruptcy petition 'operates as a stay, applicable to all entities, of ... any act ... to exercise control over property of the estate.'” Read the full article: 7th Circ. Misinterprets 'Active Resistance' In Ch. 13 Stays 

Seminars | November 7, 2019
Insolvency Symposium 2019
Outside the Office

Most of Lindsey’s personal time is family time.

Lindsey and her husband have a young son who loves to play with trucks. Thus, her free time involves playing, talking about and doing things that involve trucks. The family also spends time outdoors.

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