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Randy Young
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Baton Rouge, LA Attorney with 27 years experience
(225) 382-3451 400 Convention Street, Suite 700
P.O. Box 3513 (70821-3513)
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Communications, Energy and Environmental
Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University
Randy Young is a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Kean Miller. He joined the firm in 1992 and practices in the areas of energy, telecommunications, utility regulation, pilotage regulation, and also in environmental litigation. Randy has 25 years of experience in electric utility regulation and environmental law.

He has represented industrial manufacturing, refining, and related companies before the Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). He has represented independent generation companies and power marketers in matters before the LPSC and has represented a telecommunications company in multi-state regulatory complaint proceedings. Randy has also represented...
Mitchell A. Port
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Los Angeles, CA Lawyer with 37 years experience
(310) 935-0572 9054 Cresta Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Free ConsultationBusiness, Estate Planning, Probate and Tax
University of San Diego School of Law and Southwestern University School of Law
Mitchell A. Port is an attorney in Los Angeles specializing in four areas of law: Tax Controversies, California Probate, Estate Planning, and Business Transactions. He began his career as a lawyer with the IRS national office in Washington D.C, where he worked on tax collection and litigation matters. He later worked at two noted local law firms where he further developed his tax controversy skills and represented clients in estate planning, probate, and business transactions. Mitch is a former Internal Revenue Service revenue/collection officer. After gaining the skills, knowledge and experience, Mitch founded the Law Office of Mitchell A. Port. As...
Jennifer M. Bonneau
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New Orleans , LA Lawyer with 16 years experience
(504) 488-0678 118 West Harrison Avenue
Suite 301
New Orleans , LA 70124
Free ConsultationBusiness, Estate Planning, Family and Personal Injury
Southern University Law Center
.Attorney and Counselor at Law
Notary Public

Jennifer M. Bonneau has represented individuals, insurers, small businesses, insurance companies, and corporations in a variety of cases. She has extensive experience in helping clients resolve disputes through negotiations, trials, mediation, arbitration, and appeals.

Jennifer has served as both lead and assistant counsel in litigation resulting in millions of dollars in recovery to clients injured as a result of others. She represents clients in state and federal courts in matters both simple and highly complex. Jennifer is a Qualified Family Law Mediator and has also served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for...

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