G. Andrew Lundberg

Managing Director

Andy Lundberg is a Managing Director of Burford and a member of its Investment Committee. He works with Burford and its law firm and corporate clients to assess and manage legal risk, especially in the area of insurance coverage disputes.

Prior to joining Burford, Mr. Lundberg spent 35 years as an associate and then a partner at Latham & Watkins, where he served long terms as the global Chair of the firm’s Insurance Coverage Litigation Practice and Chair of its Los Angeles Litigation Department. He litigated coverage actions in state and federal courts nationwide and counseled numerous Fortune 500 companies on insurance matters. The Los Angeles Business Journal has profiled Mr. Lundberg as one of Los Angeles’ top dozen litigators. From 2007 forward, when it began ranking the category, Chambers & Partners’ America’s Leading Business Lawyers named him one of the top dozen policyholder attorneys in America. He was also listed annually as a leading insurance practitioner in The Legal 500, The Best Lawyers in America and Guide to the World’s Leading Insurance & Reinsurance Lawyers. Best Lawyers named him Los Angeles’ Insurance Lawyer of the Year in 2017.

Mr. Lundberg earned his JD with honors from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review and a teaching fellow for Prof. Archibald Cox. He received his AB in Philosophy from Stanford University with distinction. Before entering private practice, Lundberg clerked for the Hon. George E. MacKinnon of the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.

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