Randell Treadaway is a founding member of the Zaunbrecher Treadaway law firm which maintains offices in both Covington and Metairie, Louisiana. His practice primarily includes insurance defense and coverage claims, extra-contractual insurance matters, property and casualty insurance claims, environmental and toxic tort claim, defense of class action litigation involving toxic tort claims. Mr. Treadaway has extensive experience in admiralty and maritime law matters, including personal injury claims, collisions/allisions and products liability.
Mr. Treadaway attended Tulane University and obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977. He studied law at Loyola University School of Law and obtained in Juris Doctor in 1982. He served as a law clerk to the United States District Court Judge George Arceneaux, Jr. for one year prior to entering private practice with the law firm of Lemle & Kelleher. He has been licensed to practice in all state and federal district courts in Louisiana since 1982, and he is admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits as well as the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Louisiana State Bar Association and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel.
Publications and Speeches: Recoverable Damages in Maritime Personal Injury and Death Cases in the Aftermath of Miles v. Apex Marine Corp., 8.1 U.S.F. Mar. L.J. 91 (Fall 1995); Speaker, Third Annual Admiralty Symposium, Louisiana State Bar Association, 1995.
Previous Firm Experience: Founding member of Reich, Meeks & Treadaway, LLC, 1994-2006; Partner at O'Neil, Eichin, Miller & Breckinridge, 1985-1994; Associate attorney at Lemle & Kelleher, 1982-1985.