Lindsey Rogers-Seitz is of counsel at the firm’s Research Triangle Park office. She is a member of the Corporate and Health Care & FDA practice groups. Lindsey represents private equity funds, health care companies, and strategic buyers and sellers in domestic and cross border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, reorganizations and other corporate and regulatory matters. Lindsey’s experience spans a wide array of industries, including technology, health care, pharmaceutical, medical devices, life sciences, manufacturing, consulting and other sectors.
Lindsey has specialized knowledge in the area of hospital acquisitions and affiliations, corporate governance and fraud and abuse laws. She provides counseling to health systems related to strategic affiliations, contracting matters, and other compliance matters. Given her varied background in private equity and health care transactions, as well as in-house experience in a pharmaceutical company and large Colorado-based health system, Lindsey is well-suited to understand the various issues companies face day-to-day and help them develop creative solutions.
Prior to joining the firm, Lindsey served as associate general counsel for University of Colorado Health, a non-profit health care system in Denver, Colorado, where she was counsel for the Southern Region and provided legal advice to management and the board of directors on a variety of corporate and regulatory matters, including the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, EMTALA, CMS and The Joint Commission requirements, and other health care regulations. Additionally, Lindsey drafted, reviewed and negotiated a variety of contracts, including space and equipment leases, professional services agreements, on-call agreements, medical director agreements, and various supply chain contracts. She also provided counsel regarding complex business transactions, including hospital mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, entity formation and governance issues.
Prior to working at University of Colorado Health, Lindsey served as corporate counsel at Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., in Ridgefield, Connecticut, where she specialized in Sunshine Act implementation, contracting and rebates, and fraud and abuse issues. She began her career as an Associate at Ropes & Gray, LLP in New York, New York in the private equity group. She transitioned to the health care group, where she focused on health system affiliations, private equity investments in the health care sector, corporate governance, government investigations, and the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute and the False Claims Act.
- Colorado Bar Association
- American Health Lawyers Association