McGlinchey News Release
McGlinchey Stafford Launches “Flood Law Blog”: Business Source for Louisiana Flood Recovery Legal News and Opinion
McGlinchey Stafford, a national law firm with offices in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana, has launched the Flood Law Blog, www.floodlawblog.com, a new legal resource for businesses affected by recent flooding.
Thousands of companies operating in Louisiana have been affected by the catastrophic storms and flooding of August 2016. These companies have been impacted in many ways, including by flood water damages and by interruption in their day-to-day commerce. This natural disaster will inevitably lead to a sharp rise in legal questions, activities, and disputes as these businesses attempt to navigate the recovery process.
McGlinchey Stafford, which created the Hurricane Law Blog after Hurricane Katrina as a free service to help guide the business community through that disaster’s resulting legal thicket, is now similarly publishing the Flood Law Blog with the goal of assisting companies with their recovery challenges arising from the 2016 flood.
The Flood Law Blog seeks to offer the business community a central repository for information about flood-related legislation, litigation, and regulatory issues affecting companies that operate or conduct business in the flood-impacted regions. As recovery efforts progress throughout these areas, the Flood Law Blog aims to offer readers current news, forward-looking articles, opinion, and commentary concerning legal issues of interest to the business community in their rebuilding efforts.
“We always strive to provide unprecedented legal services to our clients, and right now countless businesses throughout Louisiana seek to find answers on post-flood legal issues,” said Rudy Aguilar, Managing Member of McGlinchey Stafford. “We hope that this new free resource will help both our clients and the broader business community on their path to recovery.”