Our Clients, Our Wins, and Our Work
- (Client: Firm Insurance Clients)
On Barrasso Usdin’s interlocutory appeal in a case brought by the Attorney General for the State of Mississippi, the Mississippi Supreme Court vacated two significant procedural orders by the trial court concerning non-random reassignment of pending cases and delegation of authority to private special masters.
- (Client: Firm Insurance Client)
The U.S. Fifth Circuit affirms Barrasso Usdin’s trial victory, finding that insurer did not waive its right to deny coverage under policy’s notice provision.
- (Client: Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.)
Law360 selected Richard E. Sarver and Celeste Coco-Ewing as Legal Lions for securing a complete defense verdict in defense of Janssen Pharmaceutical’s Xarelto.
- (Client: Allied World Insurance Company)
Louisiana Supreme Court Enforces Insurance Policy’s Designated Premises Provision
Barrasso Usdin recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of its client, dismissing a multi-million dollar potential recovery, in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana
- (Client: Affordable housing developer)
Barrasso Usdin has achieved victory for its client, an affordable housing developer, in a case regarding the valuation of affordable housing developments for ad valorem taxation.
The Firm represented a St. James Parish white sugary refinery that helps sustain more than 800 Louisiana sugar cane growers.
- (Client: American States Insurance Company)
Barrasso trial team successfully defends multi-million attack by excess insurer in insurance dispute.
- (Client: Homesite Insurance Company)
Barrasso Usdin wins dismissal of putative class action in Virginia coverage dispute.
- (Client: Johnson & Johnson)
A Barrasso Usdin trial team successfully defended Johnson & Johnson and DePuy Orthopaedics in the first bellwether trial in the multidistrict litigation involving a DePuy hip implant.
- (Client: Liberty Mutual)
The firm represents an excess liability insurer that issued a $50 million excess policy in connection with sprawling litigation arising out of the discovery of a sinkhole formation and its ensuing impact on the surrounding area.
A panel of the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal affirmed an injunction against Governor Bobby Jindal and his agencies that prevented them from interfering with the implementation of Common Core State Standards in Louisiana public schools.