Decision by Louisiana First Circuit Impacts Carrier-lessees of Tractor-trailer Equipment

A recent case will be of interest to owners and insurers of tractor-trailer equipment. In Jackson v. Wise, ACME Truck Line, Inc. and First... More

Recent Studies Show Surge in Black Lung Disease

Researchers from the University of Chicago recently released a study that confirmed that more coal miners in central Appalachia have suffered from black lung... More

Trademark Protection Case: The Beaver Has Teeth

As with any corporate transaction, we understand the importance of your brand to your business and your reputation, and we are dedicated to helping... More

Recent Decision Has Possible Far-Reaching Consequences for Trucking Litigation and Carriers

A recent case could have far-reaching consequences for trucking litigation and national and regional carriers. We previously noted two decisions from the United States... More

Nine MBLB Attorneys Included in Super Lawyers 2018, Five in Super Lawyers Rising Stars

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is delighted to announce that nine of our attorneys have been included in Super Lawyers 2018 and six have... More

Wishing You Season’s Greetings!

Wish you Season’s Greetings and all the best for the New Year! From all of us at Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett... More

Requesting a Lawyer Dog Is Not Enough to Invoke Right to Counsel

In a 6-1 vote, the Louisiana Supreme Court recently denied Appellant’s writ application regarding his constitutional right to counsel. Appellant argued that his right... More

MBLB Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary

As the year draws to a close, we are reflecting on the anniversary of the founding of Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett. 20 years... More

Daniel Sullivan Conducts CLEs Covering Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Act

On December 6, 2017 MBLB attorney Daniel Sullivan conducted a continuing education session as part of the National Business Institute’s recent Advanced Workers’ Compensation... More

Anti-Discrimination Executive Order Struck Down

On November 1, 2017, a three-judge panel of Louisiana’s First Circuit Court of Appeal upheld a district court’s decision that the Governor can not... More