The Turnaround Management Association (TMA), the leading nonprofit serving corporate renewal and restructuring professionals, has announced winners of the 2019 Turnaround and Transaction of the Year Awards.
Taylor Porter is pleased to announce the addition of in-house client services in eDiscovery and Litigation Support with the hiring of Judy Madere as the Firm’s Litigation Support and eDiscovery Manager.
On June 18, 2019 Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett attorney Eric Winder Sella provided continuing legal education (CLE) on civil litigation in New Orleans, Louisiana, as part of the National Business Institute’s “Civil Trial: Everything You Need to Know” seminar.
Gov. John Bel Edwards joined former Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, Department of Transportation and Development Secretary Shawn D. Wilson, Rep. Sam Jones and local officials for the unveiling of the Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco Highway.
As Louisiana residents prepared for the patriotic celebrations, family barbecues, and firework displays – Attorney General Jeff Landry encourages all to put safety first. “I hope everyone keeps this great American holiday safe and fun,” said General Landry.
Taylor Porter will host seven students for the second session of its 2019 summer law clerk program in which under the guidance of practicing Taylor Porter attorneys and mentors, law clerks gain hands-on experience and interaction that reﬂect real life as a lawyer.
The United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana announced the renewal and extension of a settlement agreement with Dillard University, a Historically Black College and University in New Orleans, Louisiana, under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
As part of Taylor Porter's annual summer law clerk program, our Firm hosted eight students from five law schools for the first session, including William & Mary Law School student Eleanor Gilbert and Northwestern Pritzker School of Law student Emilio Figueroa.
The Health Care Coverage for Louisiana Families Protection Act, bipartisan legislation pushed by Attorney General Jeff Landry to protect patients with pre-existing conditions should federal courts continue to rule the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, has become law in Louisiana.
The United States Supreme Court issued a 7-2 ruling on Thursday protecting a memorial honoring World War I veterans in Maryland against a lawsuit aimed at forcing the State to tear down the historic cross.
As part of Taylor Porter's annual summer law clerk program, our Firm hosted eight students from five law schools for the first session, including four students from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. The LSU law students included Beverly Perkins, 2L; and Braxton Duhon, Zach Lester, and Patrick Riley, 1L's.
Gov. John Bel Edwards, along with local, state, and federal officials, addressed the state of hurricane preparedness for the greater New Orleans area for the 2019 hurricane season that began on June 1.