More often than not, our clients seek to avoid litigation, and therefore legal antagonism before the courts is an option we make every reasonable effort to avoid. However, there are times when litigation is the only means by which we can safeguard our clients' best interests. Our law practice has successfully litigated before regulatory agencies on behalf of numerous clients.

Our attorneys also pursue appellate litigation, most recently when we were asked to submit an amicus curiae "Friend of the Court Brief" to the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the Louisiana Supreme Court decision to mandate an inquiry into whether some portions of a penitent's confession before her priest may not have constituted "Sacramental Confessions" and were therefore not protected from government scrutiny.

In addition, we engage in civil litigation in jurisdictions where we are admitted to practice law and where other means of recovery are insufficient.

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