David S. Landry is a partner with the firm and is experienced in commercial litigation, bank litigation, business transactions, mergers, acquisitions, business entity formation, contract negotiations, successions, estate planning, oil and gas matters, environmental litigation, property law, insurance coverage litigation,. David is also experienced in the representation of healthcare providers, and in particular, physicians and their legal issues, enforcement of creditors’ rights, liens and privileges, collections, foreclosure, lender liability claims and indemnity disputes. As a component of his practice and service to clients, he also handles litigation involving personal injury claims. David has practiced law for almost 20 years and serves as his clients outside counsel for numerous areas of advice. David often speaks at professional functions and for corporations regarding various legal topics including corporate law, and the benefits of estate and succession planning.


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Year Admitted to Practice

  • 1998


  • Loyola University New Orleans, (B.B.A., Finance, summa cum laude, 1988)
  • Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, (J.D., Loyola Moot Court, 1998)


  • All Louisiana state and Federal courts


  • St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce - Chairman of the Board 2023
  • Tangipahoa Chamber of Commerce-Member
  • American Health Law Association - Physician Organizations Practice Group Member
  • Covington Business Association
  • Mandeville Business Association
  • Louisiana Association of Business Industry
  • Louisiana Bankers Association - Bank Counsel Section
  • Houston Association of Professional Landmen


Mr. Landry has lectured often at seminars on business entity formation and estate planning. Some of the recent topics have included the following:

  • Choice of Business Entity.
  • Legal Aspects of Louisiana Estate Planning and Probate.
  • Fundamentals of Real Estate Development-The End Game, Presented through Sterling Education Service, Inc.
  • Intracoastal Waterway Watershed based Inspection Project: What to Expect and How to Prepare for an Inspection by LDEQ.
  • Legacy Lawsuits.
  • Post-Macondo Gulf of Mexico and Shale Gas: Challenges and Opportunities, Moderator, Presented through the American Bar Association.
  • Inadvertent Disclosure and Maintenance of Confidentiality: Ethical Considerations for the Landman and the Lawyer, Presented at the Professional Landmens Association of New Orleans.


Representative Cases

•Representation of financial institutions and lenders.
•Representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in claims involving commercial transactions.
•Representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in claims involving breach of contract.
•Representation of businesses in corporate/company formations, acquisitions, litigation, and debt collection.
•Representation of clients in the negotiation and drafting of various contracts.
•Representation of companies in lawsuits involving contractual indemnity and other general contractual disputes.
•Representation of companies in insurance coverage disputes.
•Representation of companies involving matters of Louisiana State Mineral and Energy Board, Department of Natural Resources (LDNR), Office of Conservation, Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) and related state agencies.
•Representation of oil and gas companies in “legacy” oilfield site lawsuits alleging environmental contamination from exploration and production activities and seeking billions of dollars in damages.
•Representation of oil and gas companies in contractual disputes with co-working interest owners.
•Reviewing and negotiating Master Service Agreements and other maritime and oilfield services contracts, with particular emphasis on insurance and indemnity provisions.