Arthur L. Herold

Arthur L. Herold: Attorney with Webster, Chamberlain & Bean, LLP AV stamp icon
Attorney Awards


Trial Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, 1967-1970.

American Bar Foundation. Author: "Antitrust Guide for Associate Executives", co-author: "Association Legal Checklist" and "Employment Law Checklist." Fellow: American Bar Foundation.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Association Law
  • Antitrust and Trade Regulation
  • General Corporate
  • Employment

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202-785-9500  Phone
University Attended:
Tulane University, B.A., 1963
Law School Attended:
Tulane University, LL.B., 1966
Year of First Admission:
1969, District of Columbia; 1966, Louisiana
The District of Columbia Bar; Bar Association of the District of Columbia (Chairman, Antitrust Law Committee, 1974-1976, 1982-1984, 1992, 1997); Louisiana State Bar Association; and American Bar Association (Chairman, Trade Association Committee, Antitrust Law Section, 1975-1977); American Society of Association Executives (former Chairman, Legal Section).
Birth Information:
Shreveport, Louisiana, January 24, 1941

Peer Reviews

  • 5.0/5.0
  • A Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rating reflects a combination of achieving a Very High General Ethical Standards rating and a Legal Ability numerical rating.

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Washington, District of Columbia

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