Sheryl Bey is a litigator with more than 25 years of experience handling complex commercial litigation, including disputes involving financial institutions, mortgage lenders and servicers, business litigation related to construction defects, contract and trade secret disputes and insurance coverage disputes.
Throughout her career, Mrs. Bey has worked with insurance companies and financial institutions, their officers and directors, and investment professionals in a wide variety of cases, including fraud actions, suitability cases, breach of fiduciary duty cases, defalcations, lender liability claims, and mortgage fraud matters in federal, state and tribal courts.
In addition, Mrs. Bey has handled a wide variety of intentional business tort and contract disputes on behalf of domestic and international concerns in a wide variety of industry sectors, including marine, construction, insurance and manufacturing.
Mrs. Bey also has experience in personal injury and wrongful death claims and maritime liens. She is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the Litigation Counsel of America. Mrs. Bey works out of the Jackson office.
- Loyola University, J.D., 1988
- University of New Mexico, B.A., 1978
- Mississippi, 1993
- Louisiana, 1989
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, 2001
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 1989
- Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Tribal Courts, 2000
Professional Honors & Activities:
- Member – Louisiana Bar Association (Presidential Appointee, Committee on Federal Habeas Corpus Death Penalty Appeals, 1991 – 1992)
- Member – Federal Bar Association
- Member – Mississippi and Capital Area Bar Associations
- Fellow – American Bar Foundation
- Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers’ Project
- Recipient – The Charles Pickering Award for Pro Bono Service, 2012
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