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  • Claims & Litigation Management – What the Books Don’t Tell You: Frequently Overlooked Investigative Tactics in Litigation

    In 2022, claims professionals and litigators must adapt their investigative approaches to the changing times and technologies. Now more than ever, there are new, fruitful ways to investigate claims and defend litigation – from social media to surveillance.

  • 44 McGlinchey Practice Areas recognized in 2023 Best Law Firms

    McGlinchey Stafford PLLC is pleased to announce two national practice group rankings and 42 metropolitan practice area rankings in U.S. News - Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for 2023.

  • McGlinchey’s Rasch Brown Named Among Lawdragon’s 500 Leading U.S. Litigators for 2023

    McGlinchey is proud to announce that Member (Partner) Francis "Rasch" H. Brown, III has been named to Lawdragon’s inaugural 500 Leading Litigators in America list in the practice areas of commercial liability, products liability, and torts.

  • Biden Speaks Bluntly About Marijuana Reform

    In his announcement, the President stated that thousands of people with prior federal convictions could be denied housing, education, or employment. His statement is technically true – there are about 6,500 individuals who have been convicted of federal offenses for simple marijuana possession since 1992. The bigger issue is state convictions, as marijuana offenses overwhelmingly occur at the state level.

  • New laws shed light, confusion on La. home improvement regs

    Over the past twenty years, Louisiana has been hit by numerous natural disasters, each of which bring a new wave of unlicensed and unqualified home improvement contractors to the state. During the 2022 legislative session, the Louisiana Legislature passed two broad acts aimed at regulating home improvement contractors. House Bill 539 amended La. R.S. 37:2175.3 by enacting seven articles that prohibit certain unfair trade practices. However, House Bill 602 then repealed RS 37:2175.1 through 37:2175.6, bringing into question the validity of these new additions to 37:2175.3. Consequently, it is unclear whether the new unfair trade practices act provisions are in effect. We anticipate resolution in the next legislative session.

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