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  • Tulane University Law School, J.D. and Certificate of Specialization in Maritime Law, 1999, magna cum laude; Order of the Coif
  • Emory University, B.A., 1994; Phi Alpha Theta and Eta Sigma Phi Honor Societies
Bar Admissions
  • Louisiana, 1999
  • Texas, 2008
Court Admissions
  • 5th Cir., 1999
  • E.D. Ark., 2007
  • W.D. Ark., 2007
  • E.D. La., 1999
  • M.D. La., 1999
  • W.D. La., 1999
  • S.D. Tex., 2008
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Christopher Mann
Partner
201 St. Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70170-5100
504.582.8332 tel
504.589.8332 fax

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Chris Mann is a partner in the firm's Labor & Employment Practice Group. His practice focuses on defending employers in employment-related litigation, including Title VII, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state law counterparts.  

During his more than 15 year career, Mr. Mann has developed an emphasis in workers' compensation and related retaliation claims. In addition, he routinely consults and advises management and human resources personnel on the development and effective implementation of employment policies and procedures. 

Mr. Mann also regularly represents individuals and businesses in commercial disputes and has extensive trial experience in a wide range of areas including workers' compensation, personal injury, premises liability, and general civil litigation.

Mr. Mann is a certified mediator focused on resolving workers' compensation, personal injury and commercial disputes in Louisiana.  

Noteworthy

  • Named a "Rising Star" in the area of Employment Litigation: Defense in the 2012 edition of Louisiana Super Lawyers

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Memberships

  • Federal Bar Association
  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • Maritime Law Association of the United States
  • New Orleans Bar Association
  • New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute (Class of 2011)
  • Young Leadership Council (General Counsel, 2003–2004; Member, Board of Directors, 2003–2006)