Three Associates Promoted to Partner at Beach Cowdrey Jenkins

Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, preeminent law firm with offices in Ventura and Sacramento, CA, announces the promotion of three of its associates to partner.

Ventura, CA, August 16, 2017 --( The preeminent law firm Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, LLP, has promoted three of its attorneys to the position of partner. Darryl Hottinger, Mindee Stekkinger and David Loy, who were each promoted from the position of associate, all practice in the firm’s Oxnard office.

“Darryl, Mindee and David are all excellent attorneys and litigators with proven records of success in the courtroom,” Tom Beach, the firm’s senior partner, said. “We are pleased to showcase their levels of expertise, leadership and integrity as they continue to provide the reliable, quality counsel our firm is known for.”

Darryl Hottinger received his Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law before beginning his legal career as an appellate attorney for the California Department of Justice. He practiced civil litigation and appellate law at firms in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara before joining Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, where he heads the firm’s law and motion department, handling critical motions, writs, and appeals. Hottinger has argued and won dozens of cases at the trial and appellate court levels.

Mindee Stekkinger participated in the launch of USA Today in major markets across the country before attending Pepperdine University School of Law, from which she received her law degree. Her practice areas have focused on personal injury, construction defect, real estate, general civil litigation and insurance policy enforcement. Her practice at Beach Cowdrey Jenkins involves the defense of health care and human service providers, including physicians, hospitals, public health agencies, drug treatment centers, and family service agencies, against claims of personal injury, sexual abuse, elder and dependent adult abuse, wrongful death, and negligence.

David Loy’s work at Beach Cowdrey Jenkins primarily involves areas of personal injury, elder and dependent adult abuse, sexual abuse, and administrative appeals, with a particular focus in litigating wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases. He has been involved in numerous lawsuits involving multi-million-dollar demands, and has a particular strength in, and understanding of, these high exposure cases. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law.

Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, LLP is a full-service law firm focused on the defense of businesses, health care providers, long-term care providers, and human services providers in high-stakes civil litigation, writs and appeals, as well as administrative proceedings in state and federal courts. The firm specializes in representing skilled nursing facilities, assisted living/residential care facilities, home health agencies, hospice providers, substance abuse rehabilitation facilities, physicians and hospitals facing lawsuits involving claims of elder/dependent adult abuse and neglect, medical malpractice, professional negligence, and wrongful death. The firm also boasts a strong general litigation practice group which defends businesses throughout California in a wide variety of litigation matters, including personal injury, wrongful termination, discrimination, and wage and hour lawsuits and class actions.

The firm has two offices from which it provides legal services to the medical/healthcare industry throughout California. Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, LLP’s Southern California office located at 500 E. Esplanade Dr., Suite 1400, Oxnard. It serves Northern California from its Sacramento office located at 2150 River Plaza Dr. #330, Sacramento.

The firm has earned a peer review rating of AV Preeminent, a significant rating accomplishment that is a testament to the fact that peers have ranked the firm at the highest level of professional excellence. For more information about the firm, visit
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