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Mark J. Neal, on April 12, 2018, tried the Shreveport state court matter of Jiemillah S. King v. City of Shreveport, et al (No. 595-997-B) for one of the two named defendants. He helped convince the state court judge to dismiss the plaintiff's claims in this motor vehicle accident lawsuit. The plaintiff was a passenger on a city bus and claimed significant personal injuries stemming from an uneventful impact between the bus and another vehicle. The internal bus video depicting the accident helped convince the court that plaintiff could not have sustained the injuries alleged. 

Mark J. Neal and Jordan Haedicke, on December 14, 2017, in the matter of Kristen Clingenpeel v. Alexis Ricard, et al (no. 2015-3067) convinced a Ouachita Parish state court judge to dismiss the firm's client, L'Oreal USA, Inc., by way of a motion for summary judgment. The plaintiff filed suit over personal injuries allegedly suffered due to a "defective" hair bleach product. The court concluded plaintiff failed to establish a defect in the product to give rise to a claim for damages under the LA product liability act.

Mark J. Neal was a presenting speaker at Louisiana Bar Association's December 8, 2017, New Orleans seminar titled "Depositions in a Nutshell." He spoke on the topic of taking fact depositions; his presentation was titled Less is More.

Mark J. Neal and Jordan Haedicke successfully persuaded the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal to reverse the Ouachita Parish state court's decision in the matter of Thomas C. Ilgenfritz v. Canopius U.S. Insurance (No.51-530-CA). This first party insurance claim, which was denied by the insurer, turned upon the validity of an "entrustment" exclusion in the policy. The lower court erroneously concluded the exclusion didn't apply and ruled for the plaintiff, awarding significant damages. However, on appeal and at the firm's urging, the Second Circuit, on August 9, 2017, reversed the decision in its entirety by finding the exclusion applied to bar recovery.

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Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Quotes

Private Practice Lawyer:

"Good attorney. Good advocate. Always a pleasure to be on the other side of case from him."

Private Practice Lawyer:

"I have known Mark since he began practice and have watched him mature in his practice. He is at the top of his peer group and has earned an AV rating in my opinion."

Private Practice Lawyer:

"[Mark] is an excellent attorney with very good work ethic."

Appellate Court Justice:

"This gentleman is the best of the best. A superb lawyer of the utmost integrity. He should receive your highest rating. Thanks."

Supreme Court Justice:

"Mark is always well prepared. I like that."

Trial Court Judge:

"Mr. Neal has excellent trial skills."

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