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Johnson, Yacoubian & Paysse is pleased to announce the hiring of attorneys, Donald R. Klotz, Jr. as Special Counsel and Kyle D. Curson as an Associate with the firm. Don graduated from Loyola Law School in 1990. Kyle graduated from Tulane University Law School in 2017. Don and Kyle both specialize in homeowner insurance, insurance defense, trucking litigation and commercial litigation
Johnson, Yacoubian & Paysse is pleased to announce the hiring of attorneys, Jonathan L. Brehm and Marcus K. Pierre as associates with the firm. Jon graduated from Louisiana State University Law School in 2012. Marcus graduated from Tulane University Law School in 2018. Jon and Marcus both specialize in insurance defense, litigation and casualty defense. Johnson, Yacoubian and Paysse is pleased to announce that Christopher G’sell, Denise Ledet and Christopher Williams have been named as partners with the firm. During their years with the firm, Chris, Denise and Chris have been great assets to both the firm and its clients. Mr. G’sell joined the firm as a special counsel in 2014. His practice includes trucking defense, premises liability, insurance coverage, and business litigation. Chris has defended clients in state and federal courts throughout Louisiana. Ms. Ledet has been with the firm since 2018 as special counsel and has extensive experience in the area of state workers’ compensation representing employers in the workers’ compensation courts in both Louisiana and Mississippi along with state and federal courts when the need arises. In addition, Denise has represented clients in the area of automobile liability and insurance defense. Mr. Williams has been with the firm since 2013, first as a law clerk while in law school and thereafter as an associate attorney in 2014. Mr. Williams is licensed in both Louisiana and Texas. Since joining the firm as an associate, Mr. Williams has worked in the fields of Maritime and Offshore litigation as well as casualty defense representing the firm’s clients in State and Federal courts in Louisiana and Texas. He has extensive experience in the areas of LHWCA and state workers’ compensation claims as well as the defense of Jones Act and general maritime law personal injury matters. The firm is excited to announce the addition these three new partners and being a part of their further continued development as they strive to provide the firm’s clients with first rate legal representation. 2020 Tort Reform and Covid-19 Legal Update Johnson, Yacoubian & Paysse Workers’ Comp. News Update We are pleased to announce that Alan J. Yacoubian has been invited to speak in a panel discussion for the Webinar entitled: “Reopening Your Restaurant and Returning to Work” hosted by the Louisiana Restaurant Association on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at 3:00 P.M. Topics to be discussed include: Recalling or releasing furloughed employees; Lawful criteria for business decision making; What do you need to do to prepare for reopening; and What we know today in light of the Governor John Bel Edward’s expected announcement from May 11, 2020. We are pleased to announce that Alan J. Yacoubian has been invited to speak at the YHC Webinar Series – Workers’ Compensation and Employment Across the U.S. – A Covid-19 Update, Wednesday, April 29, 2020. Alan will discuss: Current workers’ compensation issues presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and recently enacted law and proposed COVID-19 legislation. YHC Webinar Series Alan J. Yacoubian has been invited to participate in the National Business Institute’s (NBI) seminar entitled Damages in Personal Injury, Thursday, April 16, 2020. Alan’s presentations are entitled, “Sources of Recovery and Liens” and “Negotiating and Litigating the Damages: Defense Perspective” and will be held from 1:30pm – 2:30pm and 3:45pm – 4:30pm respectively. NBI Live Webinar Registration Alan J. Yacoubian has been invited to speak on Evaluating Workers’ Compensation Medical Issues at the one-day live seminar hosted by the National Business Institute on December 5, 2019 at the Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Airport. The seminar, entitled “Workers’ Compensation: Critical Essentials from Both Sides of the Aisle” will be held from 9:00am to 4:30pm. NBI Seminar Alan J. Yacoubian has been invited to moderate a panel discussion at the 28th Annual LASIE Conference being held at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi, MS on November 20th – 22nd, 2019. The presentation, entitled “Sidelined- The Challenges with Pain Management and Getting Workers Back on the Field” will be held from 10:15am – 11:15am on Friday, November 22nd. Lasie Conference 2019