I play the long game for my clients, always focused on understanding client goals and supporting their business objectives with nimble strategy. Clients appreciate my in-depth products liability knowledge and analytical mindset, which helps us navigate the nuanced, multilayered issues that inevitably surface. I act as my clients’ eyes and ears, a position of trust that I am honored to have earned by providing candid advice and strategic counsel.
Serving regional, national, and global clients, Gary Hebert is a Louisiana trial lawyer who counsels manufacturers involved in products liability matters, especially within the automotive, industrial, and consumer products industries. Gary draws on his institutional knowledge and decades of experience to help resolve the issues that his clients encounter.
Whether trying a case or settling it, he fully understands the importance of handling litigation efficiently to reach the best possible outcome for his clients, allowing them to concentrate on what they do best: managing their businesses’ profitability to provide jobs and generate revenue.
Companies also turn to Gary for practical and creative strategies to help them navigate issues that may arise when entering unfamiliar markets, enabling them to seize market opportunities and expand their businesses.
During the past 25 years, Gary has defended clients’ products liability matters involving:
- Heavy equipment
- Medical devices
- Power tools
- Other industrial and consumer products
Gary values cultivating and sustaining long-term client relationships, regularly calling upon the firm’s full-service capabilities and geographic diversity to ensure his clients can adeptly address a spectrum of legal issues. With McGlinchey offices purposefully located in the nation’s ports, energy corridors, and banking centers, Gary delivers added value by coordinating with trusted firm colleagues to advise clients seamlessly on issues such as:
- Corporate compliance
- Due diligence
- Intellectual property
- Tax and commercial disputes
- Transactional matters
Gary has authored articles about how the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the European privacy laws interact and has counseled European clients on these issues. He has lectured in the U.S. and abroad on matters related to products liability and the European privacy laws.