INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Reminger Co., LPA is pleased to announce that Brett Clayton and Lyndsay Ignasiak have been appointed to leadership roles within the Indiana Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ISHRM).

Brett Clayton will serve as Co-President of ISHRM Board of Directors for 2021. He previously served as Co-President Elect for the organization in 2020. Brett is a partner in Reminger’s Indianapolis office, where he focuses his practice in civil litigation defense. He has a broad client base, including medical providers, hospitals, dentists, restaurants, government entities, and insurance providers. Brett was recognized as a Super Lawyer by Indiana Super Lawyers Magazine. Brett can be reached by emailing bclayton@reminger.comor by calling 317.854.823.

Lyndsay Ignasiak will serve as Co-President Elect of ISHRM Board of Directors for 2021. Lyndsay is a partner in Reminger’s Indianapolis office, where she focuses on litigation of employment matters, professional liability, retail and hospitality, insurance coverage disputes, commercial transportation, and general commercial liability.  Licensed to practice in both Indiana and Illinois, Lyndsay regularly handles matters for clients throughout both states. Lyndsay can be reached by emailing or by calling 317.853.7372.

About Reminger, Attorneys at Law:

Reminger Co., LPA is a full-service law firm with fourteen offices throughout the Midwest: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Akron, Youngstown, Sandusky, Toledo, Fort Mitchell, Lexington, Louisville, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Northwest Indiana and Evansville. With more than 140 attorneys collectively, Reminger's practice areas include all aspects of litigation, along with corporate, tax, real estate and probate matters. Our fundamental objective in all the legal services we provide is to obtain the best possible results for our clients in the most practical and efficient manner possible. For more information, visit Reminger at

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