Lindsey E. BoschLindsey Bosch Clark Hill
Lindsey E. Bosch
Lindsey E. Bosch is a Senior Attorney with the firm’s Labor & Employment group and concentrates her practice on defending public and private employers against employment-related claims in state and federal courts and before various administrative agencies and counseling employers on best practices to avoid employment-related claims and litigation.
Lindsey’s expertise includes the following subject matters:
- Title VII and the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act;
- Americans with Disabilities Act;
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act;
- Family Medical Leave Act;
- Whistleblower Protection Act;
- Equal Pay Act;
- Bullard Plawecki Employee Right to Know Act;
- Fair Labor Standards Act;
- Drafting and updating employment handbooks, policies, procedures and training programs;
- Drafting and reviewing employment agreements, including non-competition, non-solicitation, and confidentiality agreements.
Lindsey also regularly conducts internal investigations for employers, including school districts, arising from complaints of harassment, hostile work environments, discrimination, and retaliation.
Lindsey attended Calvin College, where she earned a dual degree in Business and Spanish. Lindsey graduated magna cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law, where she was awarded Jurisprudence Achievement Awards in Research, Writing, and Advocacy I and II, Pre-Trial, and Forensic Science. During law school, Lindsey was a notes editor for the Michigan State Law Review and selected to participate in the Trial Practice Institute Certification Program, an intensive multi-semester program focusing on trial skills. The Michigan State Law Review published her student note in its Winter 2008 edition. Lindsey also received her HR skills certification in Human Resources Management and Services from The Employers’ Association. Lindsey was recently selected as a 2017 Super Lawyers Rising Star in the area of Civil Litigation: Defense.