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Malinda Lindenmuth

Malinda Lindenmuth


Malinda supports clients’ eDiscovery needs in the midst of complex commercial litigation.

Malinda’s first legal job was focused on discovery and document analysis—a field where she quickly discovered she thrived. She appreciated the fast pace of litigation and the opportunity discovery work afforded for involvement in a wide variety of cases. However, what Malinda loved most was being the attorney who could find the specific documents and bits of information that would seal a client’s victory.

At Husch Blackwell, Malinda is an integral member of the firm’s eDiscovery Solutions team, where she assists with eDiscovery work for a multinational energy corporation’s litigation needs across the country. After more than a decade in the field, she is extensively experienced with eDiscovery programs and other technology and knows how to use specific techniques to a client’s advantage. Malinda has also assisted with multidistrict litigation throughout her career and is well used to the complexity of suits that stretch across jurisdictions.

Malinda first pursued a legal career out of a passion for service, and she remains passionate about serving clients through discovery work. She knows how essential thorough discovery is to a winning case and has built a reputation for her dedication to supporting clients and the full litigation team.




  • J.D., University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
    • The Urban Lawyer, Research Editor
  • B.A., William Jewell College


  • Kansas
  • Missouri

*Contact Malinda to set up an in-person consultation by appointment in the Kansas City office.
  • Handled eDiscovery needs for class action and MDL cases in product liability and commercial litigation.
  • Examined documents to determine responsiveness and privilege and created privileged logs from documents determined to be privileged.
  • Created case summaries, timelines and medical timelines for litigation team.
  • Assisted with deposition preparation and assisted with expert witness reports.
  • Reviewed plaintiff ESI for issues relevant to case and for deficiencies; reviewed plaintiff CMO 12 A records to determine proof of use.
  • Drafted CMO 12 A deficiency letters.
  • Drafted responses to plaintiff's RFP, RFA, SROG and FROGs in national automobile case.
Outside the Office

Much of Malinda’s free time is devoted to her toddler son, who loves time outdoors and trips to the park, often accompanied by the family’s two Shepherd and hound mix rescue dogs.

When they have time to themselves, Malinda and her husband enjoy checking out new local restaurants. They’re also fond of camping and hiking trips to national parks and hope to take more of these once their son is older.