The American Bar Association’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee featured Deb Kuchler in its Spring 2019 newsletter. The article, Road to Rainmaking, focuses on women who have blazed their own path and shares how others can learn from their success. The article also discusses the role of NAMWOLF and its influence on the firm, and has been distributed nationally to the thousands of members of the ABA Section of Litigation.
Deb Kuchler was part of a multi-firm trial team representing a major petrochemical company in a thyroid cancer case involving alleged exposure to naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM). A Jefferson Parish jury returned a verdict in favor of the defense.
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Michele Hale DeShazo published her article, “A Roundup of Technology Trends for Attorneys” in DRI’s The Voice on March 6, 2013.
Janika D. Polk has been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” in New Orleans Magazine.
Lee Ziffer published his article, “Bankruptcy Trusts and Asbestos Litigation” in the Spring 2012 edition of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation’s Products Liability Newsletter on June 14, 2012.
Michele Hale DeShazo published her article, “You Want to Go to Law School? The Decline in Women’s Enrollment and What That Means for Law Firms” in DRI’s The Voice on April 18, 2012.
Michele Hale DeShazo’s article, “November Midterm Elections May Dramatically Alter Federal Legislation,” was recently published in the November issue of the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) publication, The Whisper.
Michele Hale DeShazo is happy to receive recognition for her role as captain of the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) Federal Legislative Liaison pilot tracking program, which monitors and provides reports regarding key federal legislation to DRI members, including corporate members. More information concerning this work can be found in this article.
Michele Hale DeShazo’s article, Federal Health Care Reform Bills Seek Universal Coverage, regarding federal health care reform efforts and their implications was recently published in the January issue of the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) publication, The Whisper.