Editors note: Maida is now eligible to practice law. Her status changed within hours after publication of this article.
HOUSTON – An insurance litigator with Mostyn Law is currently not eligible to practice law in Texas, according to the State Bar of Texas website.
Caroline Maida, who has been employed with Mostyn Law since 2009, acquired her license in 2011.
The state bar suspended her license for an administrative reason, which could include failure to pay membership dues, the site states.
Maida works primarily on first party litigation cases against insurance companies, according to her bio on the firm’s website.
Mostyn Law specializes in suing insurance companies and has reaped hundreds of millions in attorney’s fees following natural disasters.
In the past few months, several of the firm’s insurance litigators have the left, including Rene Sigman, Mostyn Law’s former head of litigation.
Prior to her employment at Mostyn Law, Maida interned for Jeff Bohm, U.S. bankruptcy judge for the Southern District of Texas.