Mr. Larue is admitted to practice in Louisiana and Florida, and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Courts of Appeals for the 11th and 5th Circuits, and the United States District Courts in Louisiana and the Middle District of Florida. His Legal Ranking: Martindale- Hubbell – AV “very high to preeminent.” He was inducted into the Blue Key National Fraternity. His legal practice consisted of civil litigation, representing defendants and plaintiffs. Mr. Larue has successfully mediated over two thousand cases including disputes involving: class action matters with over a million plaintiffs; numerous Jones Act and General Maritime law claims; Medical Malpractice, Construction and Real Estate; and numerous matters that settled for sums in the tens of millions of dollars. Mr. Larue has conducted seminars and lectured on mediation in connection with Tulane and Loyola Law Schools, the Louisiana and Florida Bar Associations, and for private companies and law firms. His particular interest is the impact of Federal Law (e.g., Medicare, Medicaid, ERISA and personal income taxes) on personal injury and damage claims. Mr. Larue co-authored “Medicaid, ERISA and Other Medical Liens Against Personal Injury Recoveries,” which was published in the Louisiana Bar Journal. In connection with the 2003 Medicare amendments, he was featured in the National Law Journal. He has been a member of the adjunct faculty at Tulane University Law School on negotiation and mediation advocacy skills since 2009-10. He was invited to and attended “The Master’s Forum” at Pepperdine University. Mr. Larue resides in New Orleans, LA and Cocoa, FL.
Spring 2013 - Negotiation & Mediation Advocacy