Jourdan Curet works diligently to defend manufacturers – at both the trial and appellate levels – from product liability claims relating to consumer products, prescription drugs, and medical devices. Additionally, Jourdan prides herself on providing clients with the most cutting-edge information possible as she helps them navigate the ever-challenging landscape of mass-tort litigation and its associated trial work, including discovery, motion practice, depositions, and trial preparation.
Jourdan also has extensive experience across both the education and oil and gas sectors, including representing school boards and commercial oil and gas companies – particularly in legacy lawsuits – and general corporate breach of contract matters.
Represented a parish-wide school board in a wrongful termination and defamation proceeding and argued before the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeals on an Exception of Res Judicata appeal.
Represented various commercial oil companies in legacy litigation lawsuits, defending claims of breach of contract and tortious liability.
Represented clients in the defense of a specific performance lawsuit related to the purported sale of immovable property and the prosecution of a breach of fiduciary cause of action and legal malpractice cause of action.
Honors & Affiliations
- New Orleans Bar Association
- Baton Rouge Bar Association
- Louisiana Law Review
Publications & Presentations
- All Rape is Not Created Equal: A Cure for the Ambiguity of Consent in Louisiana’s Third-Degree Rape Statute
Louisiana Law Review Comment PublicationPublication