Sydnee D. Menou
Sydnee Menou joined the firm after law school and a year of practice at a small Baton Rouge litigation firm, bringing with her experience in insurance subrogation and insurance defense.
At Keogh Cox, Sydnee has been involved in a wide range of cases, including personal injury suits, slip and fall cases, contractual disputes, complex litigation, including legacy litigation, tax litigation, maritime suits, insurance coverage disputes and insurance bad faith suits. Her experience also includes alternative dispute resolution and appellate practice work, including mid-litigation supervisory review of trial court rulings and post-suit appeals.
Sydnee's responsiveness, attention to detail and thorough organization allow her to carefully identify and analyze legal issues to efficiently plan litigation strategy with her clients. Sydnee is known for strong legal writing skills that incorporate effective and persuasive arguments for the benefit of her clients.
Outside of the office, Sydnee puts these organizational skills to the test as a wife and the mother to three beautiful children.
- Trinity Episcopal Day School Board of Trustees – Member
Merchant and Premises Liability
Bad Faith Litigation
Hurricane and Storm Litigation
- J.D. / D.C.L., Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, 2014
– cum laude
– CALI Awards for Administrative Law and Matrimonial Regimes
- B.A., Auburn University, 2011
summa cum laude
- Louisiana Supreme Court, 2014
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 2015
- U.S. District Court for the Middle, Eastern and Western Districts of Louisiana, 2015
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