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Joint Motion to Continue Does Not Interrupt Abandonment

The language of the Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure Article providing the grounds upon which a party may file a motion to dismiss on... More

Alan G. Brackett Included in Best Lawyers 2018

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that member Alan G. Brackett has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The... More

Eric Winder Sella Named NOBA YLS Ambassador

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that Eric Winder Sella has been name a New Orleans Bar Association (NOBA) Young Lawyers... More

Coal Ash Spill Survivors File Suit

In December of 2008, a massive coal ash spill dumped more than 5 million cubic tons of sludge into the Emory River outside of... More

Employer Retains Right to Choose Pharmaceutical Provider

The Louisiana Supreme Court recently resolved a circuit split on the issue of whether an injured employee is entitled to his choice of pharmacy,... More

Workers Compensation Laws: Louisiana

Thomson Reuters Practical Law recently published “Workers’ Compensation Laws: Louisiana,” a Q&A guide to workers’ compensation law for employers in Louisiana, which was written by... More

Louisiana Supreme Court Holds Claimant Not Entitled to Defense-Paid FCE

Claimant sustained an injury to her neck, shoulder, and back in 2006.  After several rounds of litigation, Claimant was awarded temporary total disability benefits... More

Stipulating to Course and Scope 2.0

We previously noted the decision of the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana in Dennis v. Collins, 2016 WL 6637973... More

Serving, Issuing, and Quashing a Rule 45 Federal Subpoena – Oh My!

In 2013, Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was amended to allow for nationwide service of process. In other words, Rule... More

CNBC Names Top States for Business – Sorry, Louisiana

CNBC recently released its annual list of top states to do business.  Sitting pretty at the top of the list were Washington, Georgia, Minnesota and... More