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Carver Darden Partner, Ian Barras, Is Asked To Serve As The Chair Of A Committee Formed By The U.S. District Court For The Eastern District of Louisiana

March 13, 2017

Ian C. Barras, a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and a Registered Patent Attorney, has been asked to serve as the Chair of a committee formed by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana … Continue reading


Carver Darden Partner, Jacqueline Brettner, Voted Into GNO Inc.’s NextGen Council

March 1, 2017

Jacqueline Brettner, partner at Carver Darden, has been elected to Greater New Orleans, Inc.’s NextGen Council. GNO Inc.’s NextGen Council is composed of “next generation” business and community leaders who excel in their field of expertise and have demonstrated a commitment … Continue reading


CARVER DARDEN ATTORNEY, ROBERT THIBEAUX, WILL PRESENT AT THE LOUISIANA STATE LAW INSTITUTE

February 27, 2017

The Louisiana State Law Institute will host its Annual Meeting & Banquet on March 17-18, 2017 at the Lod Cook Alumni Center in Baton Rouge. Carver Darden Attorney, Mr. Robert P. Thibeaux, will present materials from the Lease of Movables … Continue reading


Russell Foster presents Employment Law Update at Annual Conference of National Sheriffs’ Association

February 17, 2017

Russell Foster presented an Employment Law Update to the National Sheriffs’ Association in Washington, D.C. on February 5, 2017. The presentation covered a wide range of employment issues affecting sheriffs in their capacity as public-sector employers. A lively discussion with … Continue reading


Risky Business

June 23, 2016

Risky Business Article


Recent Developments in Alternative Dispute Resolution

Recent Developments in Alternative Dispute Resolution


Happy Holidays – 2015 e-card

December 20, 2015

Please take a moment to view our holiday e-card: Happy Holidays 2015


Raymond G. Areaux – Presentation – Conference of State Bank Supervisors and Examiners

September 2, 2015

Ray Areaux presented “IP Assets Under Trust With Financial Institutions” to the Conference of State Bank Supervisors and Examiners at their annual meeting in New Orleans. The presentation assisted bank examiners in probing the relevant questions when examining a bank’s … Continue reading


Raymond G. Areaux – Privacy Law – Loyola Law School – Fall – 2015

Raymond G. Areaux is teaching “Privacy Law” at Loyola Law School this Fall, 2015. The primary focus of the class is “Informational Privacy”, including database breach, HIPAA, GLB and FCRA.


Raymond G. Areaux – Loyola Law School

April 29, 2015

Mr. Areaux just completed his 17th consecutive year teaching the Trademarks and Unfair Competition course at Loyola Law School. In the Fall, Mr. Areaux will teach a first ever offering by Loyola Law School: “Consumer Privacy and Data Protection”.