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Fifth Circuit Addresses Which Maritime Law Applies to Indian Seaman’s Claim in U.S. Court

In determining whether maritime claims are governed by the laws of the United States rather than the conflicting law of a foreign nation, courts... More

Meet Our New Attorney: James M. Montgomery, II

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that James M. Montgomery, II has joined the firm as an associate. James Montgomery, II,... More

BRB Dismisses DBA Appeals When Ugandan Claimants Refuse to Attend Medical Examinations

What happens when DBA claimants refuse to attend a defense medial evaluation on the basis that the proposed examiner is not licensed in the... More

Changes to the Louisiana Rules of Evidence

In the 2024 Legislative Session, the Louisiana Legislature followed suit with the Federal Rules of Evidence, as it often does, and incorporated changes to... More

Hieu “Scott” Le Presents at LSBA Specialty Bars Conference

Associate Hieu “Scott” Le presented a Professionalism CLE at the LSBA Specialty Bars Conference on Thursday, May 23, 2024. The Specialty Bars Conference hosted... More

MBLB Continues Support for SYC’s Defenders’ Memorial Day Challenge Regatta

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett continued its support for the annual Defenders’ Memorial Day Challenge Regatta held for members of the military at the... More

Meet Our New Attorneys

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that Noah R. Borer and Courtney E. A. Sylvester have joined the firm as associate... More

CELEBRATING: Happy Jazz Fest!

The New York Times has noted that Jazz Fest has “become inseparable from the culture it presents.” It started out as any simple festival,... More

Edward McAuliffe Presents “State Civil Court Rules & Motions” at LSBA CLE Seminar

Member J. Edward McAuliffe, III presented a “State Civil Court Rules & Motions” CLE for the Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA) Bridging the Gap... More

Staged Accident Evidence Gets $3,375,000 Trial Verdict Reversed

Only a few days ago, we reported that two individuals had been indicted for the murder of Cornelius Garrison, who was killed only days... More