Stacy is the Managing Partner of Meagher + Geer and served on its Management Committee for 10 years. For nearly three decades, Stacy has focused her practice on complex commercial litigation where she defends insurers in insurance coverage and bad faith litigation, and represents professionals in professional liability litigation.
For her work on behalf of the insurance industry, Stacy has been named to the Super Lawyers® list by Minnesota Super Lawyers magazine. She is listed in The Best Service Professionals in the United States (under Lawyers: Insurance) and in The Best Lawyers® in America. She was also named Insurance Lawyer of the Year for 2013.
Stacy was elected to the American College of Coverage Counsel (ACCC) in May 2013. In May 2015, she was elected to the ACCC Board of Regents.
From 2014-2020, Stacy served as an elected member of the Board of Directors of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC), an organization comprised of leaders in the insurance and corporate defense bar. FDCC membership is selective and by invitation to those who have been judged by their peers to have achieved professional distinction. In 2020, Stacy earned the FDCC Diversity Award through her work on the Barb Currie Scholarship, the Diversity Committee, the Admissions and the Membership Committees. Stacy was appointed Chair of the FDCC Admissions Committee in 2020.
Stacy is also a Senior Fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America – an invitation-only honor society that limits its membership to the top 0.5 percent of trial lawyers. Fellows are selected on the basis of effectiveness and accomplishment in litigation and superior ethical reputation.
Stacy is a founder of Insurance Institute of America (ILIA) of the Litigation Counsel of America, founded in 2013.
Stacy is a frequent lecturer and author on issues affecting the insurance industry.
Outside the office, Stacy volunteers her time with Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services as a member of The Campaign for Legal Aid. She is also involved with her church and her children’s schools, plays classical piano and is a voracious reader.