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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

Alex Domingue Moderates LSBA Bridging the Gap Seminar

Associate Alex Domingue acted as the moderator for the morning session of the Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA) 64th Bi-Annual Bridging the Gap Seminar... More

Louisiana Federal Accident Staging Prosecutions: Major Indictment Announced in Murder Investigation of Slain Conspirator/Witness

On May 7, 2024 the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Louisiana announced a May 3 five-count indictment against Ryan Harris and... More

The Statute of Limitations for Bringing Legal Action in Louisiana

A statute of limitations lays out a period of time for bringing a certain kind of legal action. In Louisiana, the statute of limitations... More

MBLB Team Serves Community at Grace at the Green Light

Attorneys and staff at Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett regularly serve our community through Grace At the Green Light. The organization’s mission is to... More

Medicare: Don’t You (Forget About Me) in Workers’ Compensation Settlements

Managing Member Alan G. Brackett and Associate Ava M. Wolf are co-authors of an “Attorney Analysis” workers’ compensation column for Reuters Legal News and... More

MBLB Sponsors LBF Annual Gala Fundraiser for Civil Legal Aid

MBLB was proud to be a sponsor of the Louisiana Bar Foundation’s 38th Annual Gala that was held on April 19, 2024, at The... More

REMEMBERING: Mendez v. Westminster

On April 14, 1947, nearly seven years before the historic Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case which held that separating children in... More