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Kean Miller LLP 
New Orleans, Louisiana Office
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First Bank and Trust, 909 Poydras Street, Suite 3600
New Orleans, Louisiana  70112

(Orleans Parish)

Telephone: 504-585-3050
Fax: 504-585-3051
http://www.KEANMILLER.COM



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Office Hours:
Monday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Other hours by appointment.
Tuesday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Other hours by appointment.
Wednesday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Other hours by appointment.
Thursday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Other hours by appointment.
Friday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Other hours by appointment.


About this office:

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With 140 attorneys, Kean Miller is one of the largest full-service law firms in Louisiana, and the largest in the Capitol Region. We serve the legal needs of the people, businesses, and industries that drive the Bayou State. We have particular dedication to serving Fortune 500 companies with significant operations in the South, providing them with the legal resources focused on growth. From the courtroom to the boardroom, our people provide creative solutions, unique strategies, and unparalleled value that allows our clients to perform at the highest level.

Industries:

Kean Miller serves clients in numerous industries, including maritime, energy, petrochemicals, drilling and exploration, pipelines, technology, telecommunications, media, advertising, film and entertainment, retail, food and beverage, construction, contracting, banking, financial services, shipping and transportation, gaming, education, health care, manufacturing, refining and real estate.

Teams:

Kean Miller combines the talents and expertise of our attorneys into multi-disciplinary client and industry teams. These teams are comprised of seasoned attorneys and professionals from a variety of disciplines who are equipped to identify the legal and business needs of the client. Our teams develop superior service strategies that provide unmatched support to the client.

Service Areas:

Kean Miller works with clients in a variety of service areas, including commercial litigation, construction, environmental regulation, permitting, class action litigation, banking and finance, admiralty and maritime, products liability, business transactions, real estate, intellectual property, patent infringement, chemical exposure litigation, toxic tort defense, oil and gas, health law, medical malpractice, bankruptcy and reorganization, utilities regulation, labor and employment, state and local tax, legislative and administrative lobbying, estate planning, probate, municipal finance, and insurance coverage litigation.

Know-how:

Whether we are helping our clients defend lawsuits, raise capital, comply with regulatory requirements, enter new markets, obtain or defend intellectual property rights, develop and distribute products and services, or acquire or divest businesses, we understand it is the client's goals that are paramount.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
ADR, Mediation and ArbitrationAdmiralty and Maritime
AntitrustAppeals
Business Disputes and LitigationBusiness and Corporate
Class Action LitigationCommercial Design and Construction
ConstructionConsumer Credit Litigation
Electronic DiscoveryEmergency and Crisis Response
EnergyEnvironmental Law
Environmental LitigationEstate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Successions
Film and EntertainmentHeavy Civil Design and Construction
Industrial Design and ConstructionIntellectual Property
Labor and Employment LawLegacy Oil Field Sites
Loss Recovery LitigationMold Litigation
Municipal Law & Civil Rights DefenseNORM Defense
OSHAOccupational Exposure and Toxic Tort Litigation
Oil, Gas and PipelinesProducts Liability
Toxic Tort LitigationUnderground Storage Tanks (USTs)
Utilities RegulationWetlands Loss, Land Use, and Coastal Issues


Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Bankruptcy, Banks and Banking, Business Law, Civil Practice, Civil Rights, Class Actions, Commercial Law, Commercial Real Estate, Communications and Media, Contracts, Copyrights, Corporate Law, Debtor and Creditor, Disabilities, Education Law, Employee Benefits, Energy, Environmental Law, Fidelity and Surety, Health Care, Intellectual Property, Labor and Employment, Leases and Leasing, Legislative and Administrative Lobbying, Litigation, Maritime, Medical Malpractice, Medicare and Medicaid, Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Municipal Law, Natural Resources, Partnership Law, Patents, Probate, Public Service Commission, Real Estate, Securities, State and Local Tax, Taxation, Toxic Torts, Trade Secrets, Trademarks, Trusts and Estates, Utility Law, Wills, Workers Compensation.

Documents by Lawyers at this office
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11th Circuit Rejects Long-Standing 5th Circuit Barbetta Rule Thereby Allowing Passengers to Sue Shipowners for the Negligence of its Medical Staff
Steven Boutwell,Tod J. Everage, March 17, 2015
Going back to 1943, the Supreme Court in De Zon v. Am. President Lines, Ltd., 318 U.S. 660, 669 (1943), ruled that a shipowner could be liable to a Jones Act seaman for harm suffered as the result of any negligence on the part of the ship’s doctor while treating the seaman. The U.S. Supreme...

Awaiting the Arrival of Proposed Revisions to OSHA PSM and EPA’s RMP Rules: Atmospheric Storage Tanks
Steven Boutwell,R. Lee Vail, March 17, 2015
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) published a Request for Information (“RFI”) on December 9, 2013 concerning possible changes to the Process Safety Management (“PSM”) program codified at 29 C.F.R. 1910.119. See 78 Fed. Reg. 73756 (Dec. 9,...

Coastal Erosion Lawsuit against the Oil and Gas Industry Dismissed
Steven Boutwell,Tyler Moore Kostal, March 17, 2015
A federal judge dismissed the lawsuit that the New York Times referred to as “The Most Ambitious Environmental Lawsuit Ever” on February 13, 2015, with a finding that the plaintiffs did not state a viable claim for relief.




Year Established: 1983

Representative Clients:
Acadian Ambulance; Albertson's; Amedisys, Inc.; Anders Construction; Arkel International; Associated Grocers; BASF; Baton Rouge Area Foundation; Baton Rouge Clinic; Bayer CropScience; Black & Decker; Boise, Inc.; BP America; BudgetPhone; Calpine; CCS Corporation; Caesar's Entertainment; Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc.; Chart Industries; Chevron Corporation; CITGO Petroleum; Coca-Cola of Baton Rouge; Colonial Pipeline; Commercial Properties Realty Trust; ConocoPhillips; Contango Oil & Gas, D. Honore Construction; Dell Computer, Inc.; Devon Energy Corporation; EATEL; El Paso Corporation; Enbridge, Inc.; Energy Transfer Partners; Enterprise Products Corporation; EOG Resources; EP Energy; Excel Group; Exxon Mobil Corporation; Fidelity Bank and Trust; Forest Capital Partners; Formosa Plastics; Georgia-Pacific, LLC; Graphic Packaging International; Helena Chemical; Hilcorp Energy; Honeywell International; IberiaBank; Iberia Marine; James Construction Group; Kinder Morgan; Kmart Corporation; Lafayette Utilities System; Lamar Advertising; Libby Glass; Louisiana Ammonia Producers; Louisiana Association of Educators; Louisiana Chemical Association; Louisiana Energy Users Group; Louisiana Fish Fry Products; Louisiana Home Builders Association; Louisiana Medical Mutual Insurance Company; Louisiana MidContinental Oil and Gas Association; Louisiana Municipal Association; Louisiana Oil and Gas Association; Louisiana Pigment; Louisiana Pulp and Paper Association; Marathon Oil Company; MARTCO; MetLife; McDonald's of Baton Rouge; Mosaic Companies; Murphy Oil Corporation; Nalco; NanYa Plastics; Noble Drilling; Noranda Aluminum; Nucor Steel; Oceaneering; Offshore Specialty Fabricators; Olin Corporation; Pathology Group of Louisiana; PCS Nitrogen Fertilizer / Potash Corporation; Piccadilly Restaurants; Pilgrim's Pride; Placid Refining; Power Design, Inc.; PPG Industries; Regions Bank; Republic Services; Rhodia, Inc.; Ronpak; Rowan Drilling; Roy O. Martin Lumber; Sasol North America; Shell Oil Company; Shell Chemical; Sisters of St. Joseph; Sonic Drive-Ins; St. James Place; Superior Energy; Syngenta; The Shaw Group; The Williams Companies; TOTAL Petrochemicals, USA; Trinity Industries; Turn Services; University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Valero; Verizon; Vulcan Materials; Whataburger, Inc.; Wood Group; YUM! Brands.


(For Complete Biographical Data on All Personnel, see Professional Biographies at Baton Rouge, Louisiana).



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