Landon focuses his practice on representing regional, national, and global insurers in a variety of complex coverage disputes relating to personal, commercial, umbrella, and reinsurance policies, as well as defending bad faith claims. He draws on experience working for a multinational investment bank and financial services corporation, where he provided regulatory advice on corporate compliance matters. Landon received his bachelor’s in Business Administration from Marist College, where he served as president of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, captain of the tennis team, and a four-time Division I NCAA Tournament participant. He later earned his Juris Doctor from George Washington University Law School, where he served as the editor in chief of The Federal Circuit Bar Journal and as a member of the Student Bar Association, Corporate and Business Law Society, and Mock Trial Board. As a law student, he gained experience as an internal at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and as a judicial extern for the Honorable Marian B. Horn at the United States Court of Federal Claims.