Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana OfficeView all offices
One American Place, Suite 2300, P.O. Box 3197
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
(East Baton Rouge Parish)
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About this office:
Established in 1928 in Baton Rouge, Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. is one of the oldest law firms in the state of Louisiana. With nearly 70 attorneys, the firm is among the largest firms in the state and one of the larger law firms in the South. Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, is a diversified law firm whose clients range from individuals and start-up companies, to Fortune 500 corporations, governmental entities and not-for-profit institutions.
One of the hallmarks of the firm is its devotion to providing the highest quality of legal services to our clients, in a manner consistent with their objectives and cost concerns, in a personalized environment that facilitates the mutual trust and respect necessary for a successful attorney-client relationship. The firm continually achieves this objective by implementing an integrated team approach to each case or transaction. This team approach enables clients to call upon the guidance and expertise of any and all of our lawyers whose experience in various legal and business matters spans many disciplines. In this manner, we are able to provide our clients with specific and in-depth advice that they require in order to achieve their goals.
Since the firm was established, two standards have remained constant: to strive for legal excellence and to be involved in the communities in which we work and live. The members of our firm have served or now serve as presidents, directors, and officers of community and business organizations. Past and present members of our firm have served the state and Baton Rouge as appointed or elected officials. Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson lawyers are active in Bar Activities, serving as officers and directors in the American, Louisiana and Baton Rouge Bar Associations. One of our partners was elected the first woman President of the Baton Rouge Bar Association.
The firm is committed to providing the best legal support possible to its clients. We operate Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Covington offices to serve the needs of our clients state-wide. The firm maintains a staff of highly trained legal assistants, including certified public accountants, and staff workers use the most advanced systems and equipment available to deliver an effective and economical legal product. Our greatest strength, however, is the breadth of legal talent and experience that we can bring to a client's legal problems.
Statement of Practice Summary:
General Civil, Trial and Appellate Practice. Antitrust, Business Law, Trademarks, Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Government/Regulatory, Constructions, Corporate, Energy, Environmental Law, Estate Planning, Probate, Insurance, Products Liability, Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets, Oil and Gas, Real Estate, Utilities, Banking, Labor, Taxation, Health Care, Medical Malpractice, Family Law, Public Finance, Municipal Law, Workers' Compensation, Class Action Litigation, Insurance Regulatory Law, Telecommunications and Commercial Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Court Rules That Employer May Be Liable For Actions Of An Anonymous Harasser
Jerry L. Stovall, July 16, 2015
On July 1, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in the case of Pryor v. United Air Lines, Inc., that a jury will be allowed to decide whether or not United Airlines should be held liable for failing to investigate an anonymous, racially-oriented note left in an employee's company mailbox.
Recent SCOTUS Ruling Adds New Discrimination Claim under Fair Housing Act
James R. Raines,Sunny Mayhall West, July 16, 2015
On June 25, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States added a new device for plaintiffs to claim discrimination in residential real estate-related practices. In Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc., the Court affirmed the decision made by...
COUNSEL FOR: Honeywell, Inc.; Reynolds Metal Co.; Illinois Central Railroad Co.