Attorney Lindsey Bars partners with companies in the health care, real estate, and financial services industries to help them accomplish a variety of financial matters that align with their business goals.

Lindsey represents borrowers and lenders in negotiating credit agreements, navigating bankruptcy proceedings, and closing commercial finance transactions. She offers practical and strategic insights to guide clients through strategic transactions featuring asset-based loans, senior and subordinated credit facilities, and real estate acquisition and development financing.

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Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Lindsey was an attorney in the Finance & Restructuring practice of a large U.S. law firm. While attending law school, she was a General Counsel Intern at a not-for-profit, multi-hospital health system in Indiana and a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Craig Richman of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

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Focus Areas


  • Representing national banks, specialty lenders, and borrowers through construction, cash flow, mortgage-based, and asset-based loans.
  • Negotiating, documenting, and closing various credit facilities secured by trademarks, accounts receivable, equipment, and inventory.
  • Serving as local counsel representation for foreign and domestic companies.
  • Representing creditors in workouts and bankruptcy litigation.



  • University of Notre Dame Law School (J.D., cum laude, 2020)
    • Senior Articles Editor, Notre Dame Journal of Legislation
    • Secretary, Health Law Society
  • The University of California, Davis (B.A., with honors, 2016)
    • Team Captain, NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer
    • Phi Beta Kappa
    • Phi Kappa Phi

Bar Admissions

Professional & Community Involvement

  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Nashville Sports Council
  • Notre Dame Club of Nashville, Co-President
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Tennessee Lawyers’ Association for Women
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