Collin J. LeBlanc
701 Main Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
M 225 383 3796
F 225 343 9612
- Medical causation
- Business valuation
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Legal standards of care and accident reconstruction
- Recently conducted a trial of exceptions leading to dismissal of a high-exposure case in a maritime setting.
- Argued or drafted double-digit successful motions for summary judgment leading to full dismissal in the last few years, including in substantial 18-wheeler litigation, premises liability and other areas.
- Litigated a jury trial recouping all amounts paid by client in an oilfield-related incident.
- Consulted with dozens of businesses concerning their rights following Deepwater Horizon disaster.
- Worked with a liability carrier to handle a real estate closing matter, where a bank sued its lawyer for being unaware of a loan.
- Reeves v. Structural Preservation Systems,731 So.2d 208 (La. 1999). In Reeves, he wrote the winning brief in what became the seminal Louisiana decision for the determination of when a work-related accident can lead to tort exposure.
- MB Industries LLC v. CNA Insurance Co., 74 So.3d 1173 (La. 2011). In MB Industries, his effort helped to convince the Louisiana Supreme Court that a legal malpractice claimant must possess an active duty to mitigate their damages. Legal malpractice claimants must now appeal an adverse ruling when a reasonable person would have done so or risk a dismissal of their claim. The decision also required competent "standard of care" expert opinions in non-evident malpractice leading to a dismissal of his client in a case with seven-figure exposure.
- Louisiana Bar Association, 1996
- Baton Rouge Bar Association, 1996
- Publication Committee Member
- President, Big Buddy, a local organization devoted to inner-city youth, 2011-2014
- Marketing Committee Chair , Dancing for Big Buddy, a high-profile fundraiser 2013
- T.O.E.F.L. (Test of English as a Foreign Language)- instructor for many years to International Students
- J.D., Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, 1996
– Order of the Coif
– Candidate for the Louisiana Law Review
– Chairman of the Student Ethics Committee
- B.A., Louisiana State University, 1992
– magna cum laude
– Phi Beta Kappa
- Catholic High School Graduate, 1988
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana, 1997
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, 1997
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana, 1997
- Louisiana, 1996
- Spanish, Basic knowledge, but not fluent
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