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EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION FOR CLIENTS IN STATE, FEDERAL, AND APPELLATE COURTS IN LOUISIANA AND ARKANSAS.

◆ Aggressive Attorney ◆ Ethical Strategist ◆ Honest Advocate ◆

◆ Aggressive Attorney ◆ Ethical Strategist ◆ Honest Advocate ◆

◆ Aggressive Attorney ◆ Ethical Strategist ◆ Honest Advocate ◆

EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION FOR CLIENTS IN STATE, FEDERAL, AND APPELLATE COURTS IN LOUISIANA AND ARKANSAS.

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Wicked Smart and Responsive

Kristin defended my company in a case involving an alleged 18 wheeler accident where the plaintiff provided multiple accounts of what happened. The case was transferred to Kristin after the first defense attorney recommended settling. … Continue Reading

Rene from Louisiana

Kristin Lausten was assigned by my insurer to represent me in a case with multiple defendants. While the other defense attorneys were concerned with publicity and high fees, Kristin put my interests first and moved … Continue Reading

Robert Richardson

Kristin is exactly what you want in legal counsel; she is intelligent, hard-working and driven to win on her client’s behalf. I have personally witnessed her dogged determination on behalf of her clients and would … Continue Reading

Travis Miceli – Terrell Miceli Investigations

It’s very rare and rewarding to work with an attorney like Kristin. I have witnessed Kristin’s vigorous approach and extreme attention to detail on her cases. She is a young, aggressive, energetic professional, producing unparalleled … Continue Reading

Testimonials

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  • Law of Negligence — Not Maritime Law — Applied to Damage to Oyster Leases - In an interesting case from St. Bernard Parish, the court held that negligence law applied to damage to oyster beds, not maritime law. See Cibilic v. Cox Operating, LLC, Case No. 2017-CA-0813 (La. App. 4th Cir. June 6, 2018). In that case, the plaintiffs operated oyster leases located in Lake Eloi in about six to ...
  • The Necessary and Essential Elements of Toxic Torts: Proving Level of Exposure - Toxic tort cases are, at their core, a subset of negligence and product liability cases. As such, the standard elements of negligence and product liability must be proven. These include duty, breach, causation, and injury. Additionally, the causation must flow from the fact that the toxic substance was unreasonably dangerous or from a failure to ...
  • Environmental Law: Expanding a Personal Servitude Requires Consent - In Louisiana, there are two types of servitudes: personal servitudes and predial servitudes. See La. C.C. art. 533-34 and 639-40. Personal servitudes confer upon a person a specified use of an estate less than full enjoyment. Consider the now infamous question of whether duck hunting rights constitute a "lease" or a "personal servitude?" See Richard ...
  • What is Outside General Counsel, Anyway? - Are you tired of paying exorbitant legal fees because a junior associate is required to bill 180-200 hours a month, so they inflate time entries just to make a quota and keep a job?  Maybe you’ve grown tired of paying big-law rates for everyday transactions.  If so, it's time you considered hiring outside counsel. Lausten ...

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You can reach Kristin at 504-377-6585 or email her here:

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◆ Aggressive Attorney ◆
◆ Ethical Strategist ◆
◆ Honest Advocate ◆

Testimonials

Wicked Smart and Responsive

Kristin defended my company in a case involving an alleged 18 wheeler accident where the plaintiff provided multiple accounts of what happened. The case was transferred to Kristin after the first defense attorney recommended settling. … Continue Reading

Rene from Louisiana

Kristin Lausten was assigned by my insurer to represent me in a case with multiple defendants. While the other defense attorneys were concerned with publicity and high fees, Kristin put my interests first and moved … Continue Reading

News and Articles

  • Law of Negligence — Not Maritime Law — Applied to Damage to Oyster Leases - In an interesting case from St. Bernard Parish, the court held that negligence law applied to damage to oyster beds, not maritime law. See Cibilic v. Cox Operating, LLC, Case No. 2017-CA-0813 (La. App. 4th Cir. June 6, 2018). In that case, the plaintiffs operated oyster leases located in Lake Eloi in about six to ...Continue Reading
  • The Necessary and Essential Elements of Toxic Torts: Proving Level of Exposure - Toxic tort cases are, at their core, a subset of negligence and product liability cases. As such, the standard elements of negligence and product liability must be proven. These include duty, breach, causation, and injury. Additionally, the causation must flow from the fact that the toxic substance was unreasonably dangerous or from a failure to ...Continue Reading
  • Environmental Law: Expanding a Personal Servitude Requires Consent - In Louisiana, there are two types of servitudes: personal servitudes and predial servitudes. See La. C.C. art. 533-34 and 639-40. Personal servitudes confer upon a person a specified use of an estate less than full enjoyment. Consider the now infamous question of whether duck hunting rights constitute a "lease" or a "personal servitude?" See Richard ...Continue Reading
  • What is Outside General Counsel, Anyway? - Are you tired of paying exorbitant legal fees because a junior associate is required to bill 180-200 hours a month, so they inflate time entries just to make a quota and keep a job?  Maybe you’ve grown tired of paying big-law rates for everyday transactions.  If so, it's time you considered hiring outside counsel. Lausten ...Continue Reading

Contact Kristin

You can reach Kristin at
504-377-6585
or email her here:

 

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