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Recent Changes in the Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure

The Louisiana Code of Procedure had a few updates that came in effect in the beginning of 2022 that are of note. Say “good bye”... More

Nine MBLB Attorneys Honored as Super Lawyers, Four as Rising Stars

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that nine attorneys have been selected for 2022 Louisiana Super Lawyers and four for 2022... More

Recent Louisiana Ruling on Collateral Source Rule

Last year, we reported to you on two federal district judge’s rulings regarding the interplay of the collateral source rule and medical financing in... More

Fifth Circuit Holds that Six-Month Limitation Action Filing Deadline is Not Jurisdictional

The Fifth Circuit recently revisited its own precedent on the nature of the six-month time bar contained in the Limitation of Liability Act. The... More

Role Reversal: Who Bears Burden of Proof When Vessel Owner is Sued for Sinking Its Own Barge?

Most of the time, when a vessel sinks, any lawsuits are filed by the vessel’s owner against whoever had control of the vessel at... More

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