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In a Recent Civil Rights Case, Fifth Circuit Reinforces Qualified Immunity Serves to Protect Police Officers

A recent opinion issued by the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in the civil rights case, Anokwuru v. City of Hous., 990 F.3d 956... More

First Circuit Affirms Owner Not Liable in Premise Liability Case

In a recent premises liability case, Cosse v. Lafarge North America, Inc., 2020 CW 1183 (La.App. 1 Cir. 04/01/21), the Louisiana First Circuit Court... More

BRB Affirms Average Weekly Wage Finding in DBA Claim Defended by MBLB

The Benefits Review Board (BRB) recently affirmed the Administrative Law Judge’s (ALJ) finding of average weekly wage in a DBA claim defended by Mouledoux,... More

Independent Medical Examinations and Restrictive Conditions

Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)—or, “additional medical examinations,” as they are now termed in Louisiana law—are part and parcel of the typical personal injury case... More

MBLB Casualty Team Deals Double Whammy in Industrial Accident Lawsuit 

Member Trevor Cutaiar successfully argued two motions in Louisiana state court in a hotly contested personal injury lawsuit arising out of an industrial accident.... More

Able-Bodied Seamen Deemed Not a Seamen

In February, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued a significant ruling regarding the test for seaman status. However, unlike most... More

MBLB Launches Expansive Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Initiative

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett strives to be a diverse law firm. Our goal is to create and maintain an environment that welcomes and... More

Will the Duty to Mitigate Damages Apply in Cases Under the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2020?

On June 30, 2020, the Louisiana Legislature passed House Bill 57, the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2020, which represents a compromise on the... More

In Workers’ Compensation Case, Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal Finds Employee May be Compelled to Undergo an Independent Medical Examination

In the consolidated workers’ compensation cases of Musson Patout Auto. Grp v. Maynard, 2021 WL 265779, 2020-218 (La. App. 3 Cir. 1/27/21), the Third... More

Fifth Circuit Rejects Implication of Vessel Owner’s “Turnover Duty” Where Hazard Was Open and Obvious in LHWCA Case

In re Ecoserv, LLC, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 570, 2021 WL 26953 (La. App. 5 Cir.  01/04/21), Plaintiff-in-Limitation, Ecoserv, filed a Motion for Summary... More