Business Litigation

July 12, 2021

Legal Update: Breaking Down the July 9, 2021 White House Executive Order for Louisiana Businesses

With the business world becoming more diverse and unpredictable, employees are changing jobs more than ever.  Naturally, non-compete agreements are a regular topic of discussion amongst […]
March 12, 2021

What is the difference between a common element and a limited common element, and why does it matter?

First, it is important to understand how the Louisiana Condominium Act defines condominium terms. For example, the term “Condominium” is defined as the property regime under […]
January 29, 2021

Can a Condominium Association Shut Off Water or Other Utilities For a Non-Paying Unit Owner?

In order for a condominium Association, which include all units owners, to operate efficiently, its members must pay their dues timely. If you are a property […]
January 21, 2021

Can a creditor seize your ownership interest in an LLC?

Many business persons have ownership interest in many different businesses. Business persons take calculated risk in order to make a financial gain. it is important that […]
January 21, 2021

Can a homeowners association evict a lessee?

Homeowners associations and condominium associations are generally a great benefit to those owning property and residing therein. Association documents include rules which are drafted with the […]
January 21, 2021

Can a business recover damages for severe inconvenience or mental anguish?

Often times business owners incur emotional stress and severe inconvenience which can lead to the incurrence of actual damages. Louisiana law views a business, such as […]
August 26, 2020

Ownership Disputes: Is a non-owner claiming ownership in your business?

A limited liability company (“LLC”) is one of the most common types of business organizations in Louisiana. There are many benefits to operating your business as […]
August 26, 2020

LEGAL UPDATE: Employers: If you Choose to Hire Independent Contractors, You May Not Be Able to Prevent Them from Soliciting Its Customers

In the recently decided Iberia Financial Services, LLC v. John A. Mitchell, the Louisiana 3rd Circuit held that a non-solicitation clause did not apply to an […]
June 17, 2020

COVID- 19 and its Possible Effects on Commercial Leases

On March 22, 2020, Governor John Bel Edwards issued a proclamation mandating that certain businesses deemed non-essential cease operation. These restrictions have forced many businesses to […]

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