I begin each case by discussing the likelihood of outcomes based on the facts, the law, and the judicial landscape. I don’t pull punches or waste time, and my team and I don’t make big decisions unless and until those decisions have been completely vetted with the clients. I strive to make litigation and business go hand in hand in strategic planning, and I’m available when our clients need answers or have questions or concerns. I’ve tried cases to judges and juries in courts of limited jurisdiction and the highest appellate courts in both the state and federal systems, and having that experience along with a professional demeanor sets me apart from others.
Larry Feldman tries cases before judges and juries in state and federal courts throughout Louisiana, representing financial institutions and corporations in commercial litigation. A seasoned and widely respected advocate, Larry draws on his extensive experience to resolve cases in a manner that is most advantageous for his clients. He represents banking clients in matters involving alleged fraud, conversion of instruments and funds transfer, banks’ duties to their customers, and the commercial reasonableness of the bank’s standards and practices. Larry also advises companies and individuals in corporate, contract, real estate, insurance defense, mass tort, and business litigation.
Larry views client relationships as collaborations. He takes the time to understand his clients’ goals so together they can forge the most effective game plan. Always thinking of efficiency, he manages costs carefully and strives to achieve timely outcomes that minimize the litigation’s impact on businesses and institutions. He works hard to prevail in court or in pre-trial negotiations so the client can do what it does best: Run its business.
Larry cultivates strong professional connections with his clients and takes a sincere interest in their lives. His long and successful career as a litigator, years of living and working in north, central, and south Louisiana, and his proven dedication to the betterment of the profession, have resulted in a broad network of friends and acquaintances on the bench and bar and in the business world.
Larry served in the Louisiana State Bar Association in several capacities, including as President from 2002 to 2003. In 2012 the Louisiana Supreme Court appointed him to serve on the Committee on Bar Admissions as the Director of the Panel on Character and Fitness. In addition, Larry has served as a member of the Judicial Council of the Louisiana Supreme Court. His involvement in these roles, and the relationships he maintains throughout the state, augment his ability to deliver the best possible service for his clients.