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MBLB Sponsors Loyola Law’s Black Law Student Association 19th Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala

Mouledoux Bland Legrand & Brackett was proud to be a sponsor of Loyola University New Orleans College of Law’s Black Law Student Association 19th... More

The Housley Presumption: Louisiana’s New Attempt to Amend

Back in 2020, as part of Civil Justice Reforms, an attempt was made to remove a Louisiana judicial doctrine in personal injury cases: the... More

Navigational Rules Violations and Manslaughter

Often, the reach of admiralty law affects civil disputes. This includes cases that involve vessel collisions, seamen’s personal injury claims, and disputes relating to... More

CELEBRATING: Where She Stayed in New Orleans

New Orleans homes are internationally known for a rich melding of French, Spanish, and Caribbean architectural styles while continuously evolving to the often-tropical climate.... More

Meet Our New Attorneys

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that Hieu T. Le has joined the firm as an associate and Jennifer Le Carpentier... More

Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Rates to Decrease by 9% in 2024

Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon has approved a 9% reduction in workers’ compensation rates for 2024. The decrease will take effect in May 2024.... More

Alan Brackett to Moderate 2024 Annual Longshore Conference

Managing Member Alan G. Brackett will once again act as a moderator at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law 2024 Annual Longshore... More

United States Supreme Court Enforces Choice-of-Law Provision in Maritime Insurance Contract

On February 21, 2024, the United States Supreme Court unanimously held that choice-of-law provisions in maritime insurance contracts are presumptively enforceable under federal maritime law.... More

Navigating the Safer Seas Act

The Safer Seas Act (SSA) was enacted as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for the fiscal year of 2023 to combat sexual... More

5th Circuit Clarifies Standard of Evidence in Maritime Negligence Claims in Louisiana

Maritime accidents often serve as arenas for legal clarification and refinement, shaping the standards by which negligence and liability are determined on the open... More