Lyndsay Medlin assists clients across industries with a variety of litigation, internal investigation, and compliance needs. Her experience includes assisting clients with drafting and developing policies and best practices to ensure compliance and prevent litigation; investigating and responding to internal whistleblower allegations, federal civil investigative demands, and state regulatory inquiries for financial services, healthcare, life sciences, and government contractor clients, and working closely with clients across industries to protect their business interests nationwide. With privacy and cybersecurity becoming paramount concerns for businesses, Lyndsay is also skilled at counseling clients regarding the nuances of privacy notices, protection of customer and client personal information, and for covered financial services clients, Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering compliance.
Lyndsay also routinely handles matters in the courtroom and has experience litigating False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute complaints. In both federal and state court, she defends credit card companies, national banking associations, federal savings banks, student loan servicers, and hospitals against fraud, tort, contract, and statutory causes of action, including claims alleged pursuant to the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Civil Rights Act, and state consumer protection statutes.
During law school, Lyndsay developed litigation and investigatory skills working in federal and state prosecutors’ offices, including the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland and the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Office. As a participant in the University of Virginia’s prosecution clinic, she tried misdemeanor criminal offenses and handled felony preliminary hearings and suppression motions in the Waynesboro Commonwealth Attorney’s Office. Before joining Bradley, Lyndsay spent five invaluable months as a legal fellow in the chambers of the Hon. Louise Flanagan in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lyndsay E. Medlin