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Diversity Newsletter: A Brief History of Modern Holiday Food Traditions

With the holiday season upon us, in this Affinity newsletter Member Dan Sullivan shares how different cultures have developed different food traditions that are... More

Wishing You Season’s Greetings!

As the year draws to a close, we would like to thank you for trusting us with your legal needs. We look forward to... More

Alan Brackett Re-elected as the Treasurer of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana

Managing Member, Alan Brackett, was re-elected as the Treasurer of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana at its 184th Annual Convention. As Treasurer, Alan serves... More

Edward McAuliffe Presents a CLE on Bail and Criminal Prescription at Orleans Parish District Attorneys Office

On December 3, Associate Edward J. McAuliffe, III made two presentations, “Bond College 2021” and “Preserving Prosecution, Avoiding Prescription,” for an Orleans Parish District... More

Third Circuit Finds That Limiting Language in Settlement Agreement Reserved Employee’s Right to File Second Worker’s Compensation Claim

In a recent workers’ compensation case, the Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal reversed the decision of the Workers’ Compensation Judge (WCJ), finding that,... More

MBLB’s Marching 4 McFaull Team Continues Its Support for JDRF

For the seventh year, Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett’s Marching 4 McFaull team participated in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) One Walk. JDRF... More

Fourth Circuit Addresses Manual Labor Exception to Independent Contractor Statute in Workers’ Compensation Case

While an independent contractor is typically ineligible for workers’ compensation benefits in Louisiana, an exception exists for independent contractors who spend a substantial portion... More

11th Circuit Rules Recreational Vessel Exclusion of Longshore Act Is Inapplicable Where State Compensation Law Doesn’t Apply

In a recent Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (Longshore Act) case, Brizo LLC v. Carbajal, the United States Court of Appeals for the... More

Maritime Personal Injury Case Addresses Longshoreman’s Remedy Against Vessel Owner

In a recent case involving a maritime personal injury claim, Anthony v. Deep South Airboats, LLC, a longshore worker’s exclusive remedy against a non-employer... More

Third Circuit Overturns Trial Court Ruling on Comparative Fault in Vehicle Accident Case

The Third Circuit Court of Appeal recently overturned a trial court ruling on comparative fault in a two-vehicle accident case by reapportioning defendant’s fault... More