Tulane Law School
Texas A&M University – College Station
International Studies and French
Stephanie’s practice concentrates on providing insurance coverage advice regarding first-party risks as well as underlying third-party liability risks. She provides coverage advice and litigates coverage disputes in state and federal courts involving claims arising under a wide array of insurance policies, including product recall/withdrawal coverage, professional liability, commercial general liability, employment practices liability, officer’s and director’s liability, pollution liability, title insurance, business interruption, and crime coverage.
Stephanie’s extensive experience includes counseling business clients on the enforceability of their contractual additional insured and indemnification rights and obligations. She also has a broad range of experience representing individuals and businesses in Texas and Louisiana-based litigation involving claims of misappropriation of trade secrets, antitrust violations, unfair trade practices, professional liability, breach of contract, and employment discrimination.
Committed to providing legal assistance to those who cannot afford it, Stephanie represents clients on a pro bono basis as often as possible. She is a member of the Hague Convention Attorney Network, an all-volunteer network of attorneys administered by the Department of State to provide pro bono representation in international parental child abduction cases, and has secured the return of several children who were wrongfully removed to the United States from their country of habitual residence.
Stephanie is licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Texas and is admitted to practice in all federal courts in Louisiana and Texas, including the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.