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Onebane Law Firm APC 
Lafayette, Louisiana firm serving Vermilion Parish, Louisiana
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Onebane Law Firm Building, 1200 Camellia Boulevard, Suite 300
Lafayette, Louisiana  70508
(Lafayette Parish)

Telephone: 337-237-2660
Fax: 337-266-1232
http://www.onebane.com



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About this office:

The One bane Law Firm was founded in 1977 upon the same principles which Joseph One bane, one of its key founders, built his successful law practice of more than 30 years. A civic leader and gentleman, Joe One bane epitomized the old-fashioned values and professional work ethics of honesty, fairness, keen loyalty, and a commitment to provide competent legal counsel to his clients- the reputable business practices which are cornerstones of integrity. Today, those same professional principles are collectively embraced and practiced by the attorneys and support staff of the Onebane Law Firm.

As members of one of south Louisiana's largest full-service regional law firms, the Onebane attorneys strive to offer individual, small business, and corporate clients comprehensive, proactive legal representation.

A wide array of services, ranging from personal and business advice and planning to litigation and dispute resolution, are offered to assist clients in achieving their personal and business goals.

The Onebane firm primarily maintains a civil practice, including extensive transactional, trial, and appellate experience with major emphasis in the following law areas: Admiralty and Maritime; Business and Commercial; Environmental; Estate Planning, Probate, and Taxation; General Casualty and Insurance; Health Care; Intellectual Property; Immigration; Labor and Employment; Oil and Gas; Governmental Relations; White Collar Crime; and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Full-Service Regional Firm

Onebane Law Firm is located in the heart of south Louisiana in Lafayette, with a branch office located in Shreveport. Our attorneys are traditionally highly regarded among the legal profession and have enjoyed a quality reputation since the firm's founding in 1977. The Onebane firm enjoys the distinction of having one of the state's largest private law research libraries. The firm's partners have practiced together for more than 25 years, and with a large complement of attorneys serve a wide range of diverse clientele in local, regional, national, and foreign markets. Our firm has attained the highest rating, 'AV,' awarded by Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory, as well as other lawyers in the firm, have attained the same rating. Several members of the firm continue to be elected by their peers to the American College of Trial Lawyers and included in the Best Lawyers in America Directory.



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
General Civil Trial and Appellate Practice in State and Federal Courts; Administrative Law; Admiralty Law; Arbitration; Aviation Law; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Casualty Insurance Defense; Commercial Law; Communications Law; Construction; Contracts; Corporations; Mergers and Acquisitions; Criminal Law; Energy; Entertainment Law; Environmental Law; Estate Planning; Governmental Relations; Health; Nursing Home; Health Care; Insurance Agents and Brokers Errors; Omissions; Insurance Coverage; Insurance Defense; Insurance Litigation; Labor and Employment; Land Use; Maritime Law; Medical Malpractice; Negligence; Torts; Oil and Gas Law; Patents; Trademarks; Personal Injury; Primary and Excess Coverage; Probate; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Property Insurance Defense; Real Estate; Taxation; Toxic Torts; Trusts and Estates; Workers Compensation; Zoning Law.; Appellate Practice; Civil Appeals; Construction Law; Construction Claims; Construction Litigation; Construction Contracts; Elder Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Family Law; Divorce; Child Support; Alimony; Child Custody; Restraining Orders; Marital Agreements; White Collar Crime; White Collar Criminal Defense; White Collar Fraud; Business Law; Business Litigation; Business Planning; Business Formation.; Visitation Rights; Matrimonial Law; Name Changes; Grandparents Visitation Rights; Grandparents Custody; Domestic Relations; Litigation; Premarital Agreements; Marital Property Settlements; Marital Property Law; Marital Property Distribution; Immigration Law; Intellectual Property; Information Technology; Employment Visas; Family Immigration Law; Labor Certifications; Citizenship; Visas; Affirmative Action; Americans With Disabilities Act; Employee Drug Testing; Employee Rights; Labor Arbitration; Labor Law; Noncompetition and Non-Solicitation Agreements; Sexual Harassment; Harassment; Wage and Hour Law; Wrongful Termination; Employee Privacy; OSHA; Union Contract Negotiations; Union Elections; RICO; Securities Fraud; Health Care Fraud; Insider Trading; Antitrust; Money Laundering; Computer Crime; Estate Administration; Estate Litigation; Probate Litigation; Probate Administration; Wills; Contested Wills; Living Wills; Tax Planning; ERISA; Local Taxation; State Taxation; Construction Defects.

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New Legislation-Extended Prescriptive Period for Mineral Rights Reserved in Economic Development Cooperative Endeavors
Lauren L. Gardner,Thomas G. Smart, June 11, 2014
In its recent session, the Louisiana legislature passed Senate Bill 570, now Act No. 473, which adds to already existing La. R.S. 31:149 (Mineral Code article 149 deals with imprescriptible mineral rights), to provide for a twenty (20) year prescription period of nonuse for any mineral right that...

Muddy Waters: The Court of appeal of Louisiana, Second Circuit Addresses Retroactive Application of Statute Creating Imprescriptible Mineral Rights in Yates v. Marston
Jasmine B. Bertrand,Salena Trahan, November 5, 2013
Louisiana Mineral Code Article 149 is an exception to the general rule in Louisiana that mineral servitudes are subject to prescription of nonuse and therefore extinguish if not properly used within a ten year period. The article provides that where property is sold to certain “acquiring...




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