Brantley & Associates, APLC has a thorough understanding of Louisiana law. Our lawyers work hard to help you get the best possible results in the following practice areas:
LOUISIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (LPSC): Mr. Brantley's vast experience with regulator agencies has been of great assistance in his successful representation of clients before the LPSC, the state's independent regulatory agency, dedicated to serving the public interest by assuring safe, reliable, and reasonably priced services provided by public utilities and motor carriers. Mr. Brantley acts as primary or lead counsel in assisting the LPSC staff and outside counsel with the drafting of rules and orders that impact both the public and regulated industries.
Business Litigation: As a business owner, it is likely that you will encounter a dispute with a client or a contractor. Our experienced attorneys use alternative dispute resolution and litigation to help businesses resolve disputes. With the help of an assertive business litigation attorney, you can secure the future of your company.
Natural Resources Law: Our experienced attorneys represent Louisiana businesses involving in exploring, discovering, acquiring, developing, producing and marketing natural resources. We have extensive knowledge of natural resources law and can help you through business disputes and litigation.
When you retain the services of Brantley & Associates, APLC, you can be assured that your attorney is fully qualified to take on your case.
Brantley & Associates, APLC sees your case through from start to finish. Let our lawyers work with you to address your legal concerns. Our offices are conveniently located in Baton Rouge. Call the firm at 225.769.9555 to arrange your consultation or contact the firm online.
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