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Former President of Whitney National Bank, R. King Milling, has rejoined Milling Benson Woodward as Of Counsel

Milling Benson Woodward L.L.P., is pleased to announce that R. King Milling has rejoined the Firm as of counsel in the New Orleans office.  Mr. Milling served as President of Whitney National Bank and Whitney Holding Corporation from 1984 until April 2007 and as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors from April 2007 until December 2008. Prior to joining Whitney, he was a partner in the Firm.

Former Public Service Commission Chairman Jay Blossman has joined Milling Benson Woodward

Milling Benson Woodward L.L.P., is pleased to announce that former Chairman of the Louisiana Public Service Commission, Jay Blossman, has joined the firm and will practice in the firm’s Northshore office.  Jay’s practice primarily focuses on government and regulatory affairs.

Chadwick Collings successful in getting decade old Federal lawsuit against St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office dismissed

A decade old lawsuit by a man who claims he was brutalized by St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies during a 2006 arrest was tossed out Thursday by U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier.

https://www.theadvocate.com/new_orleans/news/courts/article_8547fd94-0b61-11e7-ba8b-3b0a537f006b.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share

Chadwick Collings to serve as General Counsel for the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office

Chadwick Collings and Milling Benson Woodward L.L.P. to serve as General Counsel for newly elected Sheriff, Randy Smith, and the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office.

https://www.theneworleansadvocate.com/news/sttammany/16115034-172/new-st-tammany-sheriff-to-hire-new-law-firm-for-the-office

C. Randall Loewen and Chadwick W. Collings successfully defend Devon Energy Production Company, L.P.

C. Randall Loewen and Chadwick W. Collings successfully defended Devon Energy Production Company, L.P., in a lawsuit brought by a former security guard for personal injuries allegedly sustained in a trip and fall. The case against Devon was dismissed on a summary judgment after the District Court found that the former security guard was a statutory employee of Devon. The Court of Appeal for the First Circuit subsequently affirmed the District Court’s decision.

https://www.la-fcca.org/opiniongrid/opinionpdf/2015%20CA%200276%20Decision%20Appeal.pdf

For more information, cal Randy Loewen or Chad Collings at the Northshore office, (985) 292-2000.
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