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Michael T. Neuner Included in New Orleans CityBusiness Ones to Watch Law

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that member Michael T. Neuner was recently included in New Orleans CityBusiness “Ones to Watch... More

Alan G. Brackett Emcees Louisiana Bar Foundation Gala

Managing member Alan G. Brackett was the master of ceremonies for the Louisiana Bar Foundation’s 37th Annual Fellows Gala, the organization’s largest fundraiser for... More

Update on New Orleans Tractor-Trailer Accident Staging Ring

We continue to keep tabs on federal prosecutors’ progress in unravelling the series of accident staging rings in South Louisiana. Recently, the U.S. Attorney’s... More

CELEBRATE DIVERSITY: Screen a Culturally Significant Film

Movies can be more than just spandex-clad superheroes saving the world from imminent destruction. They can also be a major method of cultural expression... More

Alan Brackett’s LBF President’s Message: A New Year and Renewed Focus: DEI

Managing member Alan G. Brackett is serving as the President of the Louisiana Bar Foundation (LBF) for 2022-2023. LBF is the largest state funder... More

New Orleans Tractor-Trailer Accident Staging Update

News of convictions and guilty pleas have slowed recently in the accident staging ring involving tractor-trailers in the New Orleans area. Most recently, the... More

Third Circuit Holds The Bremen’s Framework Applies to Choice-of-Law Provisions in Marine Insurance Contracts

In a recent case, Great Lakes Ins. SE v. Raiders Retreat Realty Co., the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit addressed whether,... More

Louisiana Supreme Court Rules in Tisdale v. Hedrick

In a ruling of March 17, 2023, the Louisiana Supreme Court, in Tisdale v. Hedrick, reversed in part and affirmed in the part the... More

Dan Hoerner’s Latest WorkBoat Article: Alternative Dispute Resolutions Can Save Time and Money

With the big backlogs in the courts, it can take from many months to several years for a case to go to trial. The... More


In November, we reported that the Louisiana Supreme Court had granted writ of certiorari[1] to review the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal’s ruling... More