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Jeremy A. Hebert, co-managing partner and member of Becker and Hebert, LLC, is a graduate of the University of Mississippi (B.B.A. 1995) and Tulane University School of Law (J.D. 1999). Mr. Hebert has been a practicing attorney for fourteen years with a focus on business, commercial and real estate transactions and litigation.
Mr. Hebert is currently admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts; the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Lafayette Parish Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association and the Louisiana and American Associations for Justice.
Mr. Hebert has a practice that serves local, regional, national and international clients, and encompasses a broad range of financial, corporate, commercial, real estate and business law transactions and litigation and select personal injury, maritime, class action, environmental and mass tort claims. He is involved in the Acadiana Mortgage Lenders’ Association, the Louisiana Mortgage Lenders’ Association, the National Association of Mortgage Brokers, the Realtors’ Association of Acadiana, the Acadiana Homebuilders’ Association and the Louisiana Land Title Association. He also has litigated personal injury cases that have been reported in the Pharmaceutical Law and Litigation Report and by the National Litigation Bureau.
Mr. Hebert is a licensed title insurance producer for the State of Louisiana and for four major title insurance underwriters including Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company, Stewart Title Insurance Company and First American Title Insurance Company.
Mr. Hebert is also currently one of several common benefit counsel in the matter entitled In Re: MDL 2179 Oil Spill by the Oil Rig (Deepwater Horizon) and represents hundreds of individual claimants and businesses in the handling of their claims with the Deepwater Horizon Economic Claims Center. In the past, he has also been involved in class action suits involving pharmaceutical drugs and physician neglect and intentional acts. He has served on a Plaintiffs’ Steering/Executive Committee, as a Chairman of a Finance and Hours Committee, and successfully represented over one hundred individuals and businesses in a mass tort train derailment, chemical exposure and evacuation case.