Linda Perez Clark is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Kean Miller. She has more than 20 years of experience in representing clients in a wide variety of transactional matters, including large scale engineering, procurement, construction and construction-related contracts (for both onshore and offshore energy projects), asset and stock acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and various product supply agreements. She has worked on transactions, construction contracts, and interconnection agreements for industrial mega-projects in Louisiana and in the Gulf of Mexico. Linda's practice includes general business advice to large and small businesses, as well as assisting clients with entity structure and governance, including entity formation and buy-sell agreements among owners, and in the development and negotiation of indemnity agreements.
•Board of Directors, Urban Restoration Enhancement Corporation, 2012-present
•Board of Directors, Louisiana Appleseed, 2011-present
•Advisory Board, Catholic Community Services, 2000-2010
•LSU Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute Advisory Board, 2009
•Board Chairman, Catholic Community Services Advisory Board, 2007
•Past President, Forum 35
•Past President, Board of Directors, Serve! Baton Rouge, 1999-2004
•Board of Directors, Charles W. Lamar branch, YMCA, 2000-2004
•Member, Baton Rouge Area Foundation, Plan Baton Rouge Oversight Committee, 1999-2003
•Advisory Board, CAN DO!, 1999-2003
•Member, Baton Rouge Town Meeting Committee, 1999-2001
•National Diversity Council, 2014 Most Powerful and Influential Women Award
• Women's History Month - Honoree, Baton Rouge Paralegal Association, March 17, 2009
•Baton Rouge Business Report's Influential Women in Business, 2008
•Baton Rouge Business Report's 40 Under 40 , 1995
Articles, Publications, Presentations
•A merican Arbitration Association Requires Registration of Consumer Arbitration Clauses, Louisiana Law Blog, August 14, 2014.
•Louisiana Supreme Court Holds Terms and Condition Binding Due to Course of Conduct and Forum Selection Clauses are not per se Violative of Public Policy, Louisiana Law Blog, July 29, 2014.
•Louisiana State Bar Association, Diversity Conclave, Panelist, 2008, 2010, 2013
•5th Annual Louisiana Women's Conference Panelist: Career Path in 2014: Defining Success on Your Own Terms.
•Assistant Examiner, Committee on Bar Admissions, State of Louisiana.
•Single Business Enterprise Theory, Louisiana State Bar Association, Transactional Law Seminar, March 4, 2005.
•The Art of the Deal: Common Contract Terms and What They Mean, Louisiana Institute for Entrepreneurial Education and Family Business Studies, LSU, Women Mean Business Lecture Series, June 24, 2004.
•Louisiana Landlord and Tenant Law, Lorman Educational Services, January 30, 2002.
•Evictions and Landlord/Tenant Law in Louisiana, National Business Institute, August 28th & 29th, 2001.
• In the Courts-Fifth Circuit, ABA, Class Actions and Derivative Suits Newsletter, published quarterly, 1997-2000.