LPWSL

NEW ORLEANS, LA
(504) 834-6500

ST. LOUIS, MO
(314) 854-1357

 

CLASS ACTION / COMPLEX LITIGATION

Class actions and complex litigation have multiplied over the past several years, along with the many changes in the law governing these matters. Handling these matters effectively requires the skills and knowledge of experienced attorneys. These complex matters involve multiple parties, multiple procedural and substantive issues, and may involve matters in multiple jurisdictions for which immediate and decisive action is required by the attorneys handling the litigation. The attorneys of Larzelere Picou Wells Simpson Lonero, LLC have the ability and experience to meet the unique challenges presented by the complexities of larger litigation. The firm represents national and international clients in both state and federal courts on a wide variety of class actions and complex matters. Our experience includes handling class actions and complex litigation involving insurance coverage disputes, corporate-wide insurance “bad faith” allegations, federally funded disaster relief programs, oil and gas production, environmental pollution, pharmaceutical distribution accounting practices, federally regulated chemicals and pesticides, large scale fire litigation and origin and cause investigations, and maritime accidents. Our experience also includes handling complex False Claims Act or qui tam matters regarding alleged fraudulent claims against the government.

In addition to understanding the legal issues governing class actions and complex litigation, the attorneys of Larzelere Picou Wells Simpson Lonero, LLC also understand the business needs of our clients in handling these complex matters. We work closely with our clients to develop a litigation strategy that works best with their legal and business needs. We also work with our clients to handle these complex cases in the most efficient manner and to find effective solutions for handling the voluminous documents and electronically stored information required for these cases.