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COVID, Cajuns and Raw Oysters: A Tale of Business Interruption Insurance

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns, there has been a brewing and boiling conflict between business owners and their insurers. Did... More

Releasing Psychological Test Data and Test Materials: Is it Ethical?

Like attorneys, psychologists are bound by a multitude of ethical obligations. Two of those – the release of psychological test data and maintaining test... More

OALJ Finds Employee Exposed to COVID-19 at Work Had Compensable Work Injury Under LHWCA

In Stanford Locus v. Huntington Ingalls Industries, the U.S. Department of Labor Administrative Law Judge (OALJ) in the Newport News, Virginia District Office found... More

RAISING AWARENESS: Men’s Health Awareness Month

November is specifically recognized as “Men’s Health Awareness” month. Surveys conducted on men’s health have found that men don’t like talking about their health.... More

When is an Independent Tractor-trailer Owner-operator Considered to be “Under Dispatch?”

When is an independent owner-operator of a tractor-trailer considered to be “under dispatch?” Louisiana courts have often grappled with the question of whether a... More

Defendant Asserting Comparative Fault May Appeal a Summary Judgment Dismissing a Co-Defendant

In Amedee v. Aimbridge Hosp. LLC, 2021-01906 (La. 10/21/22), the Louisiana Supreme Court resolves a circuit split and holds a defendant pleading comparative fault... More

Fifth Circuit Makes Big Ruling on Short-term Rentals

This case involved three challenges to New Orleans’s regulation of short-term rentals offered by Airbnb and Vrbo. The plaintiffs are a group of property... More

Five MBLB Attorneys Selected for New Orleans Magazine Top Lawyers

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is pleased to announce that five of our attorneys have been selected for inclusion in New Orleans Magazine Top... More

Georges Legrand and Trevor Cutaiar Win Appeal – Welding Foreman Not a Seaman

Congratulations to Members Georges Legrand and Trevor Cutaiar! Georges and Trevor recently defended a lawsuit in which a welding foreman at a shipyard on... More

Robin’s Dry Dock Does Not Bar Subrogation Claim by Insurer

The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion in which it reversed a district court which had dismissed claims brought... More