The attorneys at Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett (MBLB) represent a broad range of governmental entities in the State of Louisiana, including parish governments, municipalities, levee districts and sheriffs. We defend 42 U.S.C. Sec. 1983 claims, tort actions, zoning and land use matters, civil service, employment and workers’ compensation matters involving governmental entities and their employees.
Our attorneys also counsel governmental clients regarding contracts, public bid law issues and investigations, as well as handling public officials’ and officers’ defense, public and government property liability defense or premises liability defense, and public entity immunity cases. We have represented clients before city, parish and state administrative entities.
MBLB’s Municipal Law team has trial experience, both jury and non-jury, on behalf of governmental entities and their insurers and has achieved favorable outcomes, findings of no liability and damages less than offered in settlement before trial, and on appeal when necessary.
Municipal Law Clients
- Levee districts
- Parish governments
Your Issues are Important to Us
We make it a point to stay current on all aspects of public sector defense and issues important to insurers in this arena. We visit you to better understand the issues important to you. We also keep you informed about legal issues that affect governments and their insurers through our web news, customized on-site seminars provided by our attorneys and publications from our attorneys in this area of law.
Municipal Law Team
Municipal Law News
- Louisiana Supreme Court Ruling Reaffirms Limitations to Absolute Judicial Immunity,
- Deputies Entitled to Qualified Immunity in 42 U.S.C. §1983 Case,
- Louisiana State Police Announce Arrests for Automotive Insurance Fraud,
- Internal Revenue Service Issues 2019 Optional Standard Mileage Rates,
- Louisiana Passes Amendment Requiring Unanimous Jury Verdicts for Felony Convictions,
- Summary Judgment Granted on Claim Arising out of Angola Prison Knife Attack,
- Decision by Fifth Circuit: Vehicle Passengers’ Arrest for Refusing to Provide Identification Violates 4th Amendment,
- Baton Rouge Appeals Court Hears Oral Argument on Gov. Edwards’ LGBT-Rights Order,
- Louisiana Constitution Requires Payment of Fair Market Value for Levee Improvement Servitudes,
- Monumental Decision-Making,