Armand's area of law primarily focuses on commercial real estate and corporate and commercial law.
Armand was born and raised in New Orleans providing him the history and a clear understanding of the complexity of commercial real estate transactions in Louisiana. His clients depend on his willingness to explain the details thoroughly and decipher the language in transactions. He graduated on the Dean's List from Hamdpen Sydney College in Virginia in 2007. In 2010, Armand earned his J.D. from Loyola Law School. While at Loyola, he also earned a Certificate in International Legal Studies.
Litigating Business and Commercial Tort Cases (Thomason West, 2011). Primary authors were Joseph Peiffer and Kirk Reasonover.
Armand received publishing credit for legal research and converting raw material into outlines for the chapters pertaining to Internet and Software Piracy, RICO Claims and Trade Secrets.
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