Nicole is a commercial litigator who has successfully represented clients large and small – from international corporations to local businesses – in a variety of matters. Nicole has built her practice on the philosophy that every client should feel like they are her only client. When Nicole works with a client, they can rest easy knowing that she is always available to them and that they have her undivided attention.

Biography

Nicole joined Lugenbuhl’s insurance coverage litigation group in 2020, bringing with her a strong background in general commercial litigation and corporate law. Nicole has worked with food manufacturers, restaurant groups, construction firms, land developers, and auto dealerships, providing general corporate advices and handling a myriad of disputes, including construction litigation, consumer and employment disputes, contract and warranty claims, franchise contract disputes, and general casualty defense.

Nicole now uses her background in commercial litigation to help insurance clients navigate the difficult terrain of managing complex litigation where insurance coverage is at issue. She has experience in both state and federal court proceedings, as well as arbitration and mediation proceedings, and has also represented clients in front of governmental agencies and regulatory bodies.

Nicole began her legal career by serving as a judicial law clerk for Judge Mary Hotard Becnel in the 40th Judicial District Court for the State of Louisiana. She also served as a judicial extern for Judge Fallon in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana and as a judicial intern for Judge Wicker in the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals while in law school.

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