New Orleans is one of the growing “hot spots” for Covid-19 spread, with the highest per capita positive testing rate in the country. We hope that dubious “first” will diminish over time. Nonetheless, and in compliance with orders from Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, we at OB&S are working from home. Rest assured that each of us is fully operational from our homes, and you can still be in contact with us by calling the office phone number or emailing us. Courts are closed in the metro New Orleans area and throughout the state. Nonetheless, e-filing and fax filing remain available. We are conducting remote mediations and depositions utilizing video conferencing technology. This may be the “new normal” for the next few months.
We wish our friends, colleagues and clients good health and good spirits in this challenging time.
NEW ORLEANS — Leadership in Law recognizes 50 area legal professionals in four categories: firm associated, court associated, in-house counsel and educators. Honorees were selected based on their professional and community involvement and achievements that have set the pace for the overall community.
A special Leadership in Law insert profiling all honorees will run in the May 24 issue of CityBusiness.
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NEW ORLEANS — The Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court ruling in an eviction case in which a tenant was allegedly obliged to pay part of its profits to the landlord but failed to live up to the rental contract.
RMDR Investments Inc. appealed an Orleans Parish Civil District Court decision in its eviction from property owned by 429 Bourbon Street LLC.
The order, filed Oct. 17, was written by Judge Edwin A. Lombard. The panel hearing the case also included judges Rosemary Ledet and Paula A. Brown.
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The Supreme Court is taking up a case about privacy rights that could limit the government’s ability to track Americans’ movements in the digital age.
The justices are hearing an appeal Wednesday from Timothy Carpenter. He was sentenced to 116 years in prison after being convicted of robbing electronics stores in Michigan and Ohio. Records from cellphone towers near the stores helped place Carpenter in the vicinity of the crimes.
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O’Bryon & Schnabel, PLC is pleased to announce that Marta-Ann Schnabel has been invited to join the prestigious Claims and Litigation Management Alliance. The CLM is a nonpartisan alliance comprised of thousands of insurance companies, corporations, Corporate Counsel, Litigation and Risk Managers, claims professionals and attorneys. Through education and collaboration the organization’s goals are to create a common interest in the representation by firms of companies, and to promote and further the highest standards of litigation management in pursuit of client defense. Selected attorneys and law firms are extended membership by invitation only based on nominations from CLM Fellows.
Congratulations to Marta-Ann Schnabel, recently elected president-elect of the LADC