Justin Garon recently lectured at a legal seminar in New Orleans entitled “Handling Your First Nursing Home Malpractice Case”, hosted by the National Business Institute. Topics included discovery and court procedure, time deadlines and evidentiary concerns.
Jonathan Friedman, a former criminal prosecutor in Orleans Parish, was appointed in 2010 as a Criminal Court Magistrate Commissioner, Section M5, in Orleans Parish. He continues to serve in this-part time judicial role while maintaining his private civil practice with our firm.
David Pitre was appointed by Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice William Waller to serve on the Mississippi Code of Judicial Conduct Study Committee. The select group of attorneys and judges across the State proposed significant changes based on the ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct. The Committee’s proposals are currently pending consideration by the MississippiRead More
David Pitre recently completed his tenure as the President of the Mississippi Association for Justice in the Summer of 2009, but continues to serve this state trial lawyer association as a member of various committees and in lobbying efforts at the State Capitol & Government.
Scott Silbert presented a lecture in September of 2008 to trial attorneys entitled “Protecting Assets for Small Office Practicioners” at the Annual Convention for the Louisiana Association for Justice (LAJ). Mr. Silbert is the current Chair of the LAJ Law Office Management Section.