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Abstracter The person preparing the abstract of title. The abstracter searches the title as recorded or registered with the county recorder, county registrar, circuit court and/or other official sources. He or she then summarizes the various instruments affecting the property and arranges them in the chronological order of recording, starting with the original grant of title.
Acceleration the right of the lender to demand payment on the outstanding balance of a loan.
Acceleration Clause A clause in your mortgage which allows the lender to demand payment of the outstanding loan balance for various reasons. The most common reasons for accelerating a loan are if the borrower defaults on the loan or transfers title to another individual without informing the lender.
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Adams & Reese LLP
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Environmental EPA

Admiralty & Maritime Law

Transportation Law

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Roland Vandenweghe, Jr., joined Adams and Reese in 1997 and has supported a broad spectrum of litigation matters and clients — bringing in new business from his network outside the firm footprint and providing an international link as Honorary Consul of Belgium for Louisiana and Arkansas. He is also involved in firm recruitment. His clients range from individuals to Fortune 100 companies in matters including commercial disputes, professional and executive officer liability, labor and employment
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Partner
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Adams & Reese LLP
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Antitrust

Transportation Law

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Ralph Wall joined Adams and Reese in 1993, is a Partner and the Team Leader of the Transportation Litigation team, and also practices in professional liability, medical malpractice, healthcare regulation, insurance coverage, and commercial litigation. In his medical malpractice work, Ralph defends nursing homes, physicians, and hospitals. His health care regulatory work includes service as disciplinary counsel for the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners. In that capacity, he conducts and
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Sutterfield & Webb L.L.C.
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Admiralty & Maritime Law

Constitutional Law

Transportation Law

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Mr. Webb applies his 36 years of experience to obtain practical solutions to client's problems whether it be a unique settlement opportunity or proceeding to trial.  He is often called upon to coordinate the initial investigation following a catastrophic event and is available on a 24 hour basis. ​ Practice Emphasis on transportation, products liability, maritime law and admiralty litigation, including trucking accidents, maritime personal injury claims and collision, oilfield construction and
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Chaffe McCall L.L.P.
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Malpractice

Railroad Law

Transportation Law

Medical Malpractice

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Fontana & Seelman, LLP
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Government

Transportation Law

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Recipient, Chairman's Award for Exemplary Volunteer Service, The Chamber of Commerce, New Orleans and The River Region, 1997. Law Clerk, Orleans Parish Civil District Court, 1976-1977. Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI): Editor and Author, Workers' Compensation Desk Book; Member, 1988—, Advisory Committee and New Orleans Committee, Board of Directors, 1990—, SOUTHPAC; Member, 1985— and Chairman, 1987-1990, Liability Task Force; Member, 1981— and Chairman, 1986-1987, Labor Man
Since 1998, rates have declined for each group: down 23% for youth ages 10–12, 15% for youth ages 13–15, 14% for 16-year-olds, and 9% for 17-year-olds.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Public order offense case rates nearly doubled for each age group between 1985 and 2002.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Since 2002, public order offense case rates continued to increase through 2008 for older youth but declined 21% for youth ages 10–12 and 4% for youth ages 13–15.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
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