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Twenty-Three Lugenbuhl Attorneys Included in 2021 ‘Best Lawyers’ and ‘Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch’ Editions

23 Lugenbuhl lawyers have been recognized in the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers in America©, and the 2021 first edition of Best Lawyers in America©:Ones to Watch.

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Supreme Court Sides with Fifth Circuit in Resolving OCSLA Choice-Of-Law Dispute

Contributed by Todd Crawford and David Sharpe, our latest blog post covers the recent Supreme Court decision in a choice-of-law dispute involving the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act.

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Lugenbuhl Attorney Todd Crawford Joins Houston Office

Lugenbuhl of counsel attorney Todd Crawford has relocated from the firm's New Orleans headquarters to the Houston office.

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Supreme Court Rules Independent Contractors may not be Compelled to Arbitrate Under Federal Arbitration Act

Our latest blog post covers the recent Supreme Court decision of New Prime v. Oliveira, which addresses Section 1 of the Federal Arbitration Act and its effect on independent contractors.

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20 Lugenbuhl Attorneys Recognized in 2019 Louisiana Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists

Super Lawyers is a rating service that evaluates lawyers from more than 70 practice areas nationwide using a patented selection process that includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

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Lugenbuhl Welcomes Of Counsel Attorney Todd Crawford

Crawford brings a wealth of litigation experience to the firm’s admiralty and maritime practice, and he will continue to service clients along the Gulf Coast as he manages the firm’s newly opened Gulfport, Mississippi office.

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