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Wendy Feng
Wendy L. Feng
Of Counsel
San Francisco +1 415 591 7075 wfeng@cov.com Download V-card

Wendy Feng represents policyholders in insurance coverage cases in state and federal courts. Ms. Feng has obtained insurance recovery for clients under a broad range of policy forms, including directors and officers liability, media special perils, and commercial general liability policies. She has negotiated settlements with insurers involving complex insurance claims and valuations and has provided strategic advice to clients with novel policies and claims.

  • Representing party involved in massive train derailment in obtaining insurance funding for global settlement of client’s third-party liabilities.
  • Representing agricultural equipment manufacturer in asbestos coverage litigation in California state court appeal
  • Representing industrial company in negotiations with EPA, water purveyors and other potentially responsible parties regarding a groundwater site in Southern California.
  • Representing policyholders seeking coverage for liabilities relating to issuance of mortgage-backed securities.
  • Assisting manufacturer of consumer care products in meeting compliance requirements under Proposition 65 consent decree.
  • Successfully mediated promotional game producer’s coverage claim as named insured and additional insured under professional errors and omissions policies.
  • Served as counsel for major financial institution in federal court litigation over fidelity bond claim.
  • Helped foreign equipment manufacturer navigate compliance requirements under Clean Air Act and California equivalent regulations.

Pro Bono

  • Representing U.S. citizen whose passport was revoked at the U.S. Embassy in Sana’a, Yemen in 2013, and who was left stranded in that country for 13 months without the ability to return to the United States, in legal and constitutional challenge to the passport revocation.
  • Filed amicus brief on behalf of more than 25 public interest groups in Friendly House v. Whiting, a civil challenge to Arizona’s immigration statute, SB 1070.
  • Chambers USA, Environment (2016)
  • Legal 500 US, Insurance: Advice to Policyholders (2016)