Lindsay Szymanski represents providers in a variety of commercial disputes concerning management and reimbursement of services. She has experience challenging underpayments by health plans for out-of-network services pursuant to "reasonable and customary" calculations, as well as underpayments made under contract. Lindsay also provides regulatory advice to digital health companies regarding corporate governance and reimbursement. Lindsay is on the editorial board of "Vital Signs," Jones Day's quarterly publication overviewing legal developments impacting digital health providers.
Prior to law school, Lindsay worked as a Teach For America corps member in Houston, Texas. She is an alumni at the Riordan Leadership Institute, a fellowship that prepares professionals for civic leadership as nonprofit board members. Lindsay currently serves on the Board of Managers of the Westchester Family YMCA.
- University of California, Berkeley (J.D. 2019); University of Washington (B.A. in Political Science and English magna cum laude 2014)
- Intern, California Office of Attorney General, Civil Division (Summer 2017)