David S. Landry is a partner with the firm and is experienced in oil and gas matters, environmental litigation, commercial litigation, bank litigation and financings, property law, insurance coverage litigation, business entity formation, contract negotiations, business transactions, successions and estate planning. As a component of his practice and service to clients, he also handles litigation involving personal injury claims. David is also experienced in enforcement of creditors’ rights, liens and privileges, collections, foreclosure, lender liability claims and indemnity disputes. 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 oil and gas issues, corporate issues, and the benefits of estate and succession planning.
Prior to joining the legal profession, he worked for Whitney National Bank for over ten years where he was responsible for real estate lending, commercial lending, consumer lending and regulatory compliance.
David received his B.B.A in Finance from Loyola University in 1988, where he graduated summa cum laude. He then received his J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law in 1998, where he was a member of the Loyola Moot Court.
Mr. Landry has lectured often at seminars on business entity formation and estate planning. Some of the recent topics have included the following: