Kevin Windels has been handling professional liability and commercial litigation for more than 30 years with D’Amato & Lynch. Mr. Windels has litigated a wide range of matters representing insurers, insureds, and a variety of private clients in cases involving professional liability, including, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals, as well as insurance agents and brokers, registered representatives, broker dealers, financial advisors, pension consultants and other financial services professionals. In addition, he has handled cases involving directors and officers liability, employment practices liability, fidelity bonds, as well as numerous high profile insurance coverage matters in all of the above areas. Mr. Windels has also litigated a variety of complex corporate and business disputes. His practice has brought him to trial before the state and federal courts in New York and he has arbitrated cases before the American Arbitration Association, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and other dispute resolution entities. Mr. Windels has argued numerous appeals before the appellate courts of the State of New York and has argued before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Windels has also participated in numerous mediations, both privately run and court-sponsored.  Mr. Windels is AV Preeminent’† Peer Review Rated’´.


New York State Bar Association

Professional Liability Underwriting Society (“PLUS”)



59 Maiden Lane, 40th Floor
New York, NY 10038

Bar admission

New York
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court Northern District of New York
U.S. District Court Western District of New York
U.S. Court of Appeals Second Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court


Fordham University 1981, B.A.

New York Law School 1984, J.D.

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