Baldwin and Jones Named ‘Legal Lions’ by Law360 for $35.5M Insurance Coverage Victory
Partner David Baldwin and associate Carla Jones were named “legal lions” by Law360 for their roles in an insurance coverage victory in Delaware Superior Court. The jury found that a now-defunct aluminum producer’s property insurers must pay $35.5 million to cover the company’s losses from the disruption of its business following two major accidents at its Missouri smelting facility.
Potter Anderson served as co-counsel to Covington & Burling.
Baldwin, a fellow of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel, has handled cases in all Delaware state and federal courts as well as numerous courts in other states. A significant focus of his practice involves representing policyholders seeking coverage for directors and officers, property damage, product liability, environmental, aircraft liability, cyber liability, and other insurance claims.
Jones focuses on complex commercial and insurance coverage litigation in the state and federal courts of Delaware. Prior to joining Potter Anderson, she served as a law clerk for two years to the Honorable President Judge Jan R. Jurden of the Superior Court of Delaware.