Ed is an experienced attorney that has worked continuously within the healthcare field since 1990. He has extensive health law experience, ranging from lead trial counsel in malpractice, general negligence and healthcare commercial and contractual disputes, to non-litigation roles in medical and dental practice counseling and management, regulatory compliance, complex transactions, insurance issues, and formalizing health-related vendor relationships.
Active in the community, Ed serves in various charitable volunteer and nonprofit advisory roles, including being a long time member of the Sisters of Mercy’s Side-By-Side Committee, which supports the work of Mercy Education Project in southwest Detroit. In 2013, Ed was named the National Alumnus Advisor of the Year by the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity for his volunteer work with undergraduates at Michigan State University. Additionally, he served a term as President of the Michigan Society of Healthcare Risk Management.
Ed and his wife Glezia like spending time with their two sons, Brendan and Lucas. Ed also enjoys traveling and sports activities. He practices taekwondo and holds the rank of 2nd Dan Black Belt.
•AV Peer Review Rated, Martindale-Hubbell, since 2002
•Named a “Top Lawyer” in in the area of medical malpractice by dbusiness Magazine, 2010
•Selected as “2013 Top Rated Lawyers in Healthcare Law” by the National Law Journal
News and Publications
March 08 2019
Smith Haughey Victorious at Trial
February 27 2014
Smith Haughey Welcomes Edward Lynch to the Ann Arbor Office
•Michigan Society of Healthcare Risk Management, Board of Directors
•American Society for Healthcare Risk Management
•Incorporated Society of Irish American Lawyers
•Michigan Life Science Council (Founding Contributor)
•Sisters of Mercy, Side-by-Side Committee
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