Our New Orleans office opened in 1974, the year of the firm’s founding. Located in Pan American Life Center, the office is located in the heart of the central business district within short walking distance of federal and state government buildings and courts. Attorneys in this office provide legal and business counsel in practices areas including banking, class action defense, commercial litigation, consumer financial services, healthcare, insurance defense, labor and employment, products liability, public finance, and real estate.
McGlinchey News ReleaseMcGlinchey Stafford Welcomes Casey O’Flynn to Business Corporate Law Team
September 20, 2021
McGlinchey is pleased to announce that Casey O’Flynn has joined its national corporate and M&A practice in its New Orleans office as an associate.
COVID-19 UpdatesQ&A: How the federal vaccine mandate affects employers
September 16, 2021
New Orleans Member Camille Bryant was profiled in a Q&A in New Orleans CityBusiness on September 16, 2021 discussing the impacts President Biden's COVID vaccine mandate will have on employers, and how management can prepare themselves to comply with and implement this mandate in the workplace.
COVID-19 UpdatesDelta Déjà Vu: What’s Changed (or Not) About COVID Vaccinations in the Workplace?
September 16, 2021
New Orleans Member Camille Bryant had an article published in Law.com's The Legal Intelligencer regarding the Delta variant's related surge in Coronavirus cases, vaccine and testing mandates, and what issues employers may face this fall.
Deep Dive into Consumer FinancePodcast: BSA, OFAC, KYC, and CIP – What do they mean to me?
September 15, 2021
The Bank Secrecy Act and parts of the U.S. Patriot Act's OFAC requirements have seemingly similar goals: to prevent money laundering and the funding of terrorist activities. Yet a lively debate surrounds which entities are covered by these acts, what the acts stipulate, and what entities must do to comply with them.
Attorney PresentationCurrent Trends in Cryptocurrency
September 22, 2021
Member Robert Driscoll (Washington, DC) and Associate Sarah Edwards (New Orleans) will participate in a panel discussion on state and federal regulatory trends in cryptocurrency during the ABA Business Law Section Annual Meeting.
AlertHow can employers prepare for Biden’s vaccine/testing mandate?
September 10, 2021
On Thursday, September 09, 2021, President Biden announced that the Department of Labor is preparing to mandate that all business with 100 or more workers require their employees to either get vaccinated against the coronavirus or face mandatory weekly testing.
EventWebinar: 5 Pillars of BSA Policies and Procedures
September 16, 2021
The next installment in McGlinchey’s Deep Dive Series covering all things Bank Secrecy Act is a webinar featuring attorneys from McGlinchey’s Financial Institutions Compliance team as well as CAMS certified managers from Crowe LLP.
Deep Dive into Consumer FinanceIntroduction: A Deep Dive into the Bank Secrecy Act
September 2, 2021
The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) is the United States' most important anti-money laundering (AML) regulation that requires banks, money services businesses, FinTechs, and other financial institutions to assist U.S. government agencies to detect and prevent money laundering.
McGlinchey News ReleaseHurricane Ida: Safety and Operational Updates from McGlinchey
August 30, 2021
All of us here at McGlinchey hope that all communities affected by Hurricane Ida are safe today as emergency service officials continue to assess the damage from the storm.
COVID-19 UpdatesWhat could FDA approval of Pfizer vaccine mean for employer mandates?
August 25, 2021
New Orleans Member Christine Tenley appeared on New Orleans WWL-TV’s broadcast coverage on August 24 regarding the likelihood that employers may require COVID-19 vaccination following the Pfizer vaccine’s FDA approval. “I think we are at a critical juncture of workplace safety. At the bedrock of your legal obligations, is to keep your workplace safe,” saidMore