Lyndsey has more than 10 years of legal experience representing companies, colleges and universities on governance and compliance issues and in litigation matters ranging from individual employment-related cases to large, complex class actions and shareholder derivative cases. Lyndsey specializes in M&A litigation and her compliance practice includes conducting internal investigations, policy and practice audits, policy drafting, and providing training and guidance to key personnel. She drives both large-scale and discrete investigations and represents companies against Whistleblower actions. She has worked with clients facing or under indictment in federal courts in both Kansas and Missouri, typically related to allegations of fiduciary fraud or corporate embezzlement.
Lyndsey is also a member of the firm’s Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Clinic and provides pro bono assistance to victims of human trafficking. She also develops sophisticated compliance programs for entities that are required to ensure their supply chains are free of instances of human trafficking.
Before joining Husch Blackwell, Lyndsey spent three years as a law clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. With her vast knowledge of appellate law and practice, Lyndsey has an active appellate practice and is one of the premier lawyers at the firm in briefing and arguing cases before both federal and state courts of appeal.