Kris Redmann’s legal practice is as diverse as the community and culture which surround New Orleans. A shareholder in Lugenbuhl’s New Orleans office, Kris represents insurers, businesses and individuals in general and complex civil litigation across numerous legal fields. A majority of his work involves commercial general liability, products liability, trucking and transportation liability, construction defects, corporate and commercial litigation and bad faith litigation.
For more than 36 years at Lugenbuhl, Kris has represented a wide range of clients, including both insurers and businesses, in civil litigation in both the trial and appellate courts of Louisiana, as well as in mediations and arbitrations. Included in Kris’s litany of successful representations is the defense of insurers in complex and challenging class actions and multi-district litigation. He has also counseled clients on matters involving personal injury, transportation, general maritime, construction, products and contracts, helping them appreciate the many business risks which overlap in the fast-paced industries surrounding New Orleans.
After graduating from law school, Kris was honored to serve as judicial clerk for the Honorable A. J. McNamara, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Outside the Office
A married father of four children, Kris enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as engaging in many outdoor activities, such as fishing, hiking and gardening.
- Louisiana State Bar Association
- New Orleans Bar Association
- Covington Bar Association
- Defense Research Institute
- Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel
- Pro Bono Project
- Pro Bono Publico Foundation
- Martindale Hubbell: AV Preeminent rating
Kris’ civic and charitable endeavors include participation in the Pro Bono Project by providing civil legal services for those less fortunate, and participation in the Pro Bono Publico Foundation providing annual grants to help rebuild New Orleans following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.