METAIRIE, LA—Chehardy Sherman Williams and Conroy Regulation Agency announce a merger between the two area firms.
Conroy Legislation Company delivers lawyers Stephen K. Conroy and Amanda D. Hogue to the Chehardy Sherman Williams observe, a foremost regulation company in the Greater New Orleans place because 1989.
“This is an exciting merger for two corporations that share the exact eyesight, tradition, and perseverance to our shoppers,” claimed David Sherman, founding husband or wife of Chehardy Sherman Williams. “It’s a new chapter of advancement for us, and we welcome the working experience and authorized experience each Stephen and Amanda will deliver to our firm.”
Stephen K. Conroy is a graduate of Tulane University (B.A. and J.D.). He was admitted to the Louisiana Bar and has been admitted to observe in all Louisiana point out courts, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Center, and Western Districts of Louisiana, the Fifth and Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Conroy started his authorized occupation as a Legislation Clerk to the Hon. Peter H. Beer, Louisiana Fourth Circuit Courtroom of Appeals and as a Regulation Clerk to the Hon. Charles Schwartz, Jr., U.S. District Court, Japanese District of Louisiana. He is a Charter Fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation. Mr. Conroy belongs to the Fifth and Eleventh Federal Circuit Bars, Louisiana Point out Bar, New Orleans Bar, Jefferson Parish Bar, St. Tammany Parish Bar, American Bar Association, and the Louisiana Affiliation of Defense Counsel. He is an honoree of Super Attorneys and was named by New Orleans Magazine as a Top rated Attorney. He was also a receiver of CityBusiness’ Management in Law Award. Mr. Conroy tactics in the regions of civil litigation, company law, mergers & acquisitions, enterprise litigation, commercial litigation, solution liability, enterprise torts, franchise regulation, and building regulation.
Amanda Hogue is a Specialist in Estate Scheduling and Administration. She earned Bachelor of Science levels from Florida Condition College and a Juris Health practitioner degree from Loyola University New Orleans Faculty of Regulation, in which she was a member of the Loyola Law Assessment. She also attained a Learn of Rules from George Washington College Law School in Washington, D.C. Ms. Hogue was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 2009 and has been admitted to practice in all Louisiana condition courts, the U.S. District Courts for the Japanese and Center Districts of Louisiana, the Fifth Circuit U.S. Courtroom of Appeals, and U.S. Individual bankruptcy Court for the Japanese District of Louisiana. She is a member of the Fifth Circuit Bar Affiliation, the 22nd JDC Bar Affiliation, the 24th JDC Bar Affiliation, and the New Orleans Bar Affiliation. Her follow involves estate arranging, successions and succession litigation, business and organization litigation, which include advanced civil litigation, contract preparing and negotiation, company governance, entity development and corporation, and standard company and company regulation.