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.
AlertPitfalls of PPP Loan Forgiveness
January 25, 2021
Businesses are now eligible to apply for forgiveness of loans received through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) established under the CARES Act. PPP loan recipients should be thoughtful in responding to information requested by lenders and the Small Business Administration.
EventWebinar: Vaccines in the time of COVID
February 8, 2021
Join the Labor & Employment team for a timely webinar that will explore the issues surrounding vaccination for employers.
AlertReporting Attorney Payments to the IRS
January 13, 2021
Do I have to report to the IRS a payment I make to a lawyer? If you make payments to a lawyer, you may be required to file an IRS form to report that payment. For a payment to a lawyer to be reportable to the IRS, it must meet two conditions: (1) it mustMore
COVID-19 UpdatesPodcast: Vaccines in the time of COVID
January 12, 2021
In the time of Coronavirus with many municipalities implementing restrictions on business and individual activity, employers are anxious to return to normal operations with staff onsite as soon as possible. With vaccines becoming available, employers may be wondering, can I require my employees to get the COVID vaccine?
McGlinchey News ReleaseMcGlinchey Promotes New Members, Counsel in 2021
January 11, 2021
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to congratulate the attorneys who have been promoted to Members (Partners) and Counsel within the firm as of January 1, 2021.
Attorney PresentationVaccines in the Workplace in the time of COVID
December 16, 2020
Mag Bickford (New Orleans) will present "Vaccines in the Workplace in the time of COVID" on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, during the New Orleans Bar Association's Procrastinators' Program.
PodcastsStraddle-Year Tax Debts in Bankruptcy: Does the King Get Paid First?
December 8, 2020
The Internal Revenue Service is often a significant creditor in a bankruptcy proceeding, frequently taking priority over other creditors. In this episode, Tax attorney Douglas Charnas (Washington, DC) and Financial Services attorney Sarah Edwards (New Orleans) discuss the case of Affirmative Insurance, which examined whether federal income tax liability was considered a pre-petition or post-petition debt.
Attorney Published ArticleNew, Now, Next in Payments
December 3, 2020
Sarah Edwards (New Orleans) authored "New, Now, Next in Payments" for the November 2020 issues of the Alabama Bankers Association Board Briefs, a newsletter for Alabama's bank directors.
EventBring Your Own Policy: Post-Election, Now What?
December 10, 2020
What will the upcoming change in executive administration mean for employers and HR departments? Bring Your Own Policy, handbooks, and specific questions for a discussion on what 2021 (and beyond) may look like in the employment world.
Attorney PresentationTop Ten Changes Made by the SECURE Act of 2019
November 20, 2020
Kathy Conklin (New Orleans) presented "Top Ten Changes Made by the SECURE Act of 2019" on November 20, 2020, during Tulane’s 69th Annual Tax Institute.