Barrasso Usdin Announces New Managing Partner

January 31, 2020

Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, L.L.C. is pleased to announce that Craig Isenberg has been named Managing Partner of the firm.  Craig joined the firm in 2004 and previously served on the firm’s Executive Committee.

“The firm has had a tremendously successful run since we began more than 15 years ago,” says Craig.  “We have a superb and talented team with a broad range of experience in all areas of commercial litigation, and we are well situated to build on our past success for years to come.”

Barrasso Usdin’s former Managing Partner, George C. Freeman, III, stated, “Everyone at the firm is excited Craig is our new Managing Partner.  Craig is a terrific lawyer and a terrific person.  He has been on the firm’s Executive Committee and a key member of the firm’s senior management team for nearly a decade.  His management style, vision, and wise leadership have been and will continue to be great assets for the firm.”

Craig Isenberg has extensive trial experience in high-stakes, complex matters.  His trial work includes defending a corporation in the first-ever civil penalty action brought by the Department of Justice under the Oil Pollution Act, defending manufacturers as trial counsel in national multidistrict litigation and serving as lead trial counsel in multiple toxic tort suits. He focuses his practice principally in the areas of toxic torts and environmental litigation and complex commercial matters. Craig has been recognized as a leading attorney by Benchmark Litigation, Benchmark Appellate, New Orleans Magazine, New Orleans CityBusiness and Best Lawyers.

About Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, L.L.C.
Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, L.L.C., is a litigation law firm located in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Firm has experience litigating complex civil cases throughout the country, including all types of commercial disputes, class actions, environmental cases, product liability and toxic tort cases, intellectual property cases, insurance bad faith and coverage cases, and securities arbitrations, litigation, and regulatory matters.

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