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Remington Angelle Joins McGlinchey’s Commercial Litigators in Baton RougeRead Time: 1 min
McGlinchey is pleased to announce that Remington Angelle has joined the firm’s Commercial Litigation group as an associate in the Baton Rouge office.
Remington will focus on serving national banks, insurance companies, lenders, and others in a wide variety of matters. He joins McGlinchey after serving as a litigation attorney at Lobman Carnahan APC, where he advised insurance companies, multi-state property owners, and other clients on matters such as commercial and residential lease agreement disputes and indemnification and contribution claims.
“Remy is an exciting addition to our team here in Baton Rouge,” said Drew Patty, Managing Member of the Baton Rouge office. “He comes to us with valuable litigation experience, and we look forward to strengthening the services we offer clients nationwide with his legal capabilities.”
Remington received a J.D. at Southern University Law Center, cum laude, where he served as senior editor of the Southern University Law Review. He holds a B.S. in Finance from Louisiana State University. While a student, Remington completed a judicial externship with the Honorable Judge John W. deGravelles of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana.
“We’ve built an impressive bench of experienced attorneys in our commercial litigation practice group,” said Michael Ferachi, McGlinchey’s Managing Member, who is resident in Baton Rouge. “We will continue to add legal talent like Remy across our national platform as we continually increase value for our clients.”
McGlinchey’s widely-recognized, national Commercial Litigation team defends Fortune 500 corporations and financial institutions, national and regional businesses, insurers, and entrepreneurs in a full range of commercial litigation issues. While both its practice and client base are broad, the team maintains a special emphasis on litigation on behalf of financial institutions and lenders, creditors’ rights, lender representation in bankruptcies and workouts, and complex corporate and contract disputes.