CALIFORNIA—Mound Cotton, a leading law firm representing insurance companies, announced today that Lyndy Stewart joined the firm as a senior counsel. As an insurance litigator, her practice focuses on bad faith litigation and insurance coverage actions in state and federal courts nationwide. She also evaluates coverage for high-value first party and high-exposure third party claims under Commercial General Liability, Directors & Officers, Errors & Omissions, and excess and umbrella policies.
“We are excited that Lyndy has joined the firm,” said Jonathan Gross, partner and head of the California office. “She adds strength and experience to the firm for numerous insurance lines.”
In addition to her insurance coverage practice, Lyndy also represents businesses on a variety of commercial disputes and litigation matters, including claims of misappropriation of trade secretes, breach of contract arising out of real estate development and construction projects, as well as shareholder and Board of Director disputes.
During law school, Lyndy was an extern for former Justice Leah Sears of the Georgia Supreme Court. Prior to joining Mound Cotton, Lyndy worked at Gordon & Rees, a national coverage and defense firm, for twenty years. She graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law and earned a B.S. from Georgetown University’s Edumund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. She is admitted to the California Bar as well as the U.S. District Courts, Central District of California, Eastern District of California, Northern District of California, and Southern District of California.