Kim Boyle practices in the areas of labor and employment, civil rights,... more
Kim Boyle practices in the areas of labor and employment, civil rights, constitutional law, commercial, tort and general litigation. Her employment practice includes representing employers in employment related claims, such as retaliation and discrimination claims as well as workplace harassment. She also handles EEOC charges and other administrative complaints through the administrative and ... view profile
Mary Ellen Roy practices in the area of commercial litigation. She represents media... more
Mary Ellen Roy practices in the area of commercial litigation. She represents media and advertising companies in pre-publication and pre-broadcast review, defamation defense, privacy law, courtroom access, public records and open meetings, reporter’s privilege, negligent misrepresentation, and other First Amendment issues. She also handles intellectual property law matters, including copyrigh... view profile
Tad Bartlett graduatedmagna cum laudefrom Tulane Law School, in the top ten percent... more
Tad Bartlett graduatedmagna cum laudefrom Tulane Law School, in the top ten percent of his class, where he began practicing as a student attorney in the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic. Following graduation, he served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. James L. Dennis of the U.S. Fifth Circuit. Following that clerkship, Mr. Bartlett practiced administrative and appellate law at the New Orleans... view profile
I act as general counsel to two national credit data exchanges, one in the consumer... more
I act as general counsel to two national credit data exchanges, one in the consumer space, and one in the small business space. I am an active member in the ABA's Antitrust, Business, Healthcare and Litigation Sections.
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