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History of the Crawfish Boil

The History of the Crawfish Boil If you’ve lived in NOLA and you’re not a vegetarian, you’ve probably attended a crawfish boil. Shoot, if you have friends anywhere else in the country, they have probably heard of them and probably assume you host or attend one every other weekend. Where’d this Louisiana tradition come from?Before

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Mental Health Awareness Month

There are so many “awareness” days and months that they start to feel like a blur, don’t they? It can be hard to “be aware” of so many things at all, let alone all at once. But, if we’re intentional, these times are also an opportunity to learn about ourselves and other people as resources

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Cinco de Mayo Celebrations in the NOLA and Baton Rouge Areas

Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner! Cinco de Mayo, or “Fifth of May,” commemorates the day in 1862 when the smaller Mexican Army defeated the larger French army at the Battle of Puebla in Puebla, Mexico. It has become an annual celebration of Mexican- American culture. Because of the Modified Phase 3 restrictions on indoor

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Sleeves Up Louisiana

All Lavis Law Firm Employees have had their COVID-19 Vaccinations. Louisiana is encouraging its citizens to get the shot. We encourage you as well! Our family members and friends have had luck getting appointments at the Convention Center in New Orleans, at the Shrine On Airline in Metairie and at Southern University and LSU.

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Duck Duck Go and the Fight Over Online Privacy

Have you ever heard the adage that if something you use is free, you’re the product? Issues of internet privacy are all over the news, and for good reason. The last several years have shown how using people’s personal information can be used to target shoppers, manipulate voters, and even incite conflict. For most of

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2022 Cinco de Mayo Events in New Orleans and Baton Rouge

The “Fifth of May”, more commonly known as “Cinco de Mayo” in Spanish, is celebrated each year as the day when Mexico celebrated a triumphant victory over the French forces in the Battle of Puebla in 1862. It is often mistaken as Mexico’s Independence Day, which actually Local Cinco de Mayo Celebrations May 5th is

Duty of Louisiana Workers Compensation Corporation To Defend

A recent dispute between a law firm and its workers’ compensation carrier, the Louisiana Supreme court addressed both the jurisdiction of the OWC under La. R.S. 23:1310.3(F), and the obligations to defend in Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson, LLC V. Louisiana Workers’ Comp. Corp., 2021-00566 (La. 3/25/22).  There, a law firm’s employee pursued a

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