Craig Robichaux, managing partner of the firm, now limits his 25 plus years in practice to the areas of complex litigation, including medical malpractice, general casualty loss, business dissolutions, and succession/trust litigation.
He was formerly a clerk for two justices on the Supreme Court of Louisiana.
Mr. Robichaux has substantial experience in litigating disputes in both State and Federal Court, and has been appointed pro hoc vice in Texas, Mississippi and Florida. He has a substantial appellate practice, and has argued cases in the state courts of appeal, the Supreme Court of Louisiana and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal. He is admitted to those courts as well as the United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Robichaux has been appointed a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Louisiana to handle complicated liability and damage cases. He has been appointed Special Prosecutor for the Louisiana Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He is a member of several professional organizations, including LABI, LADC, PIAA, and LAJ, and is active in the local, state and national bar.