Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard welcomes associate Armand Samuels to its New Orleans headquarters. Joining the firm’s corporate and commercial law practice, his experience is concentrated in the commercial real estate sector.
Samuels has worked as a law clerk for the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office and as an associate with Reasonover & Olinde in New Orleans. He has handled transactional matters for several corporations and individuals and has represented clients in court and during negotiation. His most recent work has focused on providing legal counsel and title examinations for BP wetlands claims, which has included acting as a full associate for the Deepwater Horizon Settlement Trust.
In addition to his experience in corporate and commercial law, Samuels received publishing credit in Litigating Business and Commercial Tort Cases (Thomason West, 2011). He is credited for legal research and his efforts converting raw material into outlines for the book’s chapters pertaining to Internet and software piracy, RICO claims and trade secrets.
After graduating with a bachelor of arts in history from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, Samuels went on to pursue his Juris Doctor at Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans. He earned his law degree in 2010, as well as a Certificate in International Legal Studies. He is admitted to practice law in Louisiana.
To learn more about Samuels, visit his online profile.