Michael Lundholm has experience litigating a broad range of disputes in federal and state courts in California. Michael has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of complex business disputes and has represented businesses in high-stakes consumer class actions.
Prior to joining London & Stout, Michael was an associate at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP, where he practiced complex business litigation. While there, he represented clients in a range of industries, including food and beverage, finance, real estate, public agencies, and insurance. Michael played a key role in securing victories for clients by drafting successful dispositive motions, compelling class members to arbitration, and negotiating early settlements. Michael also regularly advised clients on compliance with state and federal regulations.
In addition to his litigation practice, Michael is committed to pro bono representation. Michael assisted in securing a legal victory for a domestic violence survivor by removing a restraining order filed by her abuser, which resulted in a published California Court of Appeals decision. He also helped an undocumented survivor of domestic violence apply for lawful permanent residency under the Violence Against Women Act, and aided asylum seekers from Guatemala and El Salvador in applying for asylum.
Michael is active in the Bay Area legal community and serves on the executive committee of the Litigation Section of the Barristers Club of the Bar Association of San Francisco.