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Welcome to Riess LeMieux

Riess LeMieux delivers legal services with the personal touch of a boutique law firm, while always staying mindful of the cost-effective representation desired in today’s climate. While our construction law team brings decades of experience in providing solutions for construction problems at every stage of a project, the lawyers at Riess LeMieux are also experienced in a full range of legal areas.

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Welcome to
Riess LeMieux

Riess LeMieux delivers legal services with the personal touch of a boutique law firm, while always staying mindful of the cost-effective representation desired in today’s climate. While our construction law team brings decades of experience in providing solutions for construction problems at every stage of a project, the lawyers at Riess LeMieux are also experienced in a full range of legal areas.

VIEW OUR PRACTICE AREAS

Our team of proven and talented attorneys is focused on providing a full suite of legal services typically available only from larger law firms.

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Our team of proven and talented attorneys is focused on providing a full suite of legal services typically available only from larger law firms.

MEET OUR TEAM

News & Events

Riess LeMieux Welcomes Margaret Davis to the Firm

May 22, 2019|

Riess LeMieux is pleased to welcome Margaret N. Davis to the firm.  A graduate of Tulane University Law School, her experience includes securities, maritime, and commercial litigation.  During law school, Margaret served as Managing Editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal and was a semifinalist on the Admiralty Moot Court team.  She also served as a judicial intern at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi.  Margaret is also a legal writing instructor in business law at Tulane’s Freeman School of Business.

Case Update:Creekstone Juban I, L.L.C. v. XL Insurance America, Inc. (La. May 8, 2019)

May 16, 2019|

The Louisiana Supreme Court rendered a split decision that will have major ramifications for insureds in Louisiana. The court’s decision in Creekstone Juban I, L.L.C. v. XL Insurance America, Inc., (La. May 8, 2019), permits insurance policies to require any litigation be brought in another state, even if the policy was issued in Louisiana covering losses occurring in Louisiana.

Case Update: Alonso v. Westcoast Corp. (5th Cir. April 8, 2019)

May 2, 2019|

A recent federal court decision has significant ramifications for the validity of oral change orders and the enforceability of no-damages-for-delay clauses in construction contracts. In Alonso v. Westcoast Corp. (5th Cir. April 8, 2019), the U.S. Fifth Circuit addressed several areas of Louisiana construction law that directly impact how contractors prepare their contracts and administer their projects.