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Analyzing Workers’ Compensation Liability for COVID-19 Infections

Members Alan G. Brackett and Daniel P. Sullivan are now co-writing an “Attorney Analysis” column for Reuters Legal News. Their second column, “Analyzing workers’... More

Contractor Fraud in Post-Ida Louisiana

In the wake of Hurricane Ida, massive amounts of building and repairs will be undertaken in south Louisiana. This means the influx of large... More

Patrick Babin Selected for Inside New Orleans’ Readers’ Favorite Elite Lawyers

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that Member Patrick J. Babin was included in the inaugural edition of Inside New Orleans‘... More

Alan Brackett and Gerard Dragna Attend DRI Managing Partners and Law Firm Leaders Conference

Alan G. Brackett and Gerard J. Dragna attended the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) Managing Partners and Law Firm Leaders Conference August 26 to Friday,... More

Meet Our New Attorneys

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that Mariela Cruz and Darren P. Tyus have joined the firm as associate attorneys. Mariela... More

First Circuit Finds Statutory Employer Relationship Can Exist Even Without Express Recognition

In a recent workers’ compensation case, Preston v. Southern University, the First Circuit upheld the decision of the trial court, finding that the statutory employer... More

Life Care Plans Driving Up Cost of Personal Injury Litigation

With increasing frequency, personal injury litigants are utilizing the services of doctors and pseudo medical experts to help define the value of their personal... More

Second Circuit Finds Employee Forfeited Benefits After Intentionally Failing to Answer Questions Regarding Past Medical History

In the recent workers’ compensation case of Spillman v. Career Adventures, Inc., the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal upheld the decision of the... More

Fifth Circuit Reinforces Maritime Employer’s Third-Party Claim for Contribution for Maintenance and Cure

In a recent maritime case, Poincon v. Offshore Marine Contractors, Inc., the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals analyzed a contribution claim for maintenance... More

Win for Air Ambulance Companies: States Can’t Cap the Cost of Medevac Flights

According to a recent U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals decision, states do not have the power to regulate the cost of an air... More