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Paul was educated in mediation and jurisprudence by the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada and by the Connecticut Council for Non-adversarial Divorce (CCND).
He is a highly skilled mediator, trial lawyer, advocate, and negotiator. He has been the lead counsel or presiding judge in hundreds of matters including over 55 jury trials.
Following 18 years of public service, Paul started his own firm in 2014 to focus on one thing:...
Mr. McConnell has extensive experience in a wide range of real estate matters including development, sales, acquisitions, financings, joint ventures and commercial leasing. He has advised real estate clients in numerous sophisticated transactions involving office buildings, raw land, mixed-use projects, warehouses and industrial sites through every phase of a real estate transaction, from drafting and negotiating the listing, to financing and purchase and sale agreements, through due diligence and settlement.
Mr. McConnell blends his business and finance practice with his keen legal...
Richard’s recent experience includes obtaining a successful verdict as trial counsel for national pipeline companies in a wetlands loss lawsuit involving canals that widened over time, he was lead...
Lafayette, LA 70505
Tulane University School of Law
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