April 15, 2020

What are the Penalties for Misclassifying Workers as Independent Contractors instead of Employees?

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, as of April 13, 2020,  more than ten percent of American workers have filed for unemployment.  Unfortunately, many have […]
April 15, 2020

The Coronavirus and Eviction: Landlord Rights and Eviction Restrictions

The coronavirus has probably impacted nearly every business and person in the United States. Likely for the worse. On March 27, 2020, the President signed the […]
April 13, 2020

Louisiana Contracts and COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Is Force Majeure Applicable?

Coronavirus has caused worldwide disruption. Weddings, sporting events, festivals, supply deliveries, construction projects and any other type of planned gatherings are being cancelled. In fact, many […]
February 12, 2020

COA’s: Stop Allowing Nuisances and Rule Breaking. It Affects Everyone.

Nuisance is defined as a person or thing that causes inconvenience or annoyance.  While the definition may imply that a nuisance is often insignificant much like […]
February 12, 2020

Was Your Home damaged by a Fire? Know Your Rights When Dealing With Your Insurance Company.

In 2017, more than $23,000,000,000.00 of property were damaged due to fires in the United States. If you have a mortgage on your house, homeowners insurance […]
January 15, 2020

LEGAL UPDATE: Louisiana 4th Circuit Court Of Appeals Affirms Judgment Holding Dissolved LLC’s Members Personally Liable For Over $1,600,000.00

In the recently decided Cambrie Celeste, LLC and Cambrie Celeste Commercial Tenant, LLC v. Starboard Management, LLC, et al., the Louisiana 4th Circuit held that the […]
December 6, 2019

Popular Sammy’s Grill Forced to Close Due to Burst Pipe: Could Business Interruption Insurance be Sammy’s Central’s Saving Grace?

Sammy’s Grill, which opened near LSU’s campus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1988 is now present in three locations in Baton Rouge, Prairieville, and Central.  Sammy’s […]
December 6, 2019

LEGAL UPDATE: The Louisiana 1st Circuit Ruling Is Another Warning to Those Purchasing A Distressed Business: Successor Liability

In the recently decided Giles v. Oak Lane Memorial Park, LLC, et al, the Louisiana 1st Circuit held that the successor purchaser to a cemetery company’s […]
December 3, 2019

What Is The Difference Between “Pay-If-Paid v. Pay-When-Paid” In Louisiana Construction Cases?

The purpose of a pay-if-paid clause is to shift financial risk down the chain. Pay-If-Paid provisions state that a general contractor does not have to pay […]

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