Tiffany Davis is a litigator focused on complex energy-related matters concerning maritime and oilfield torts and contracts, environmental cleanup, property damage, and coastal erosion. Tiffany also handles toxic tort litigation related to claims for occupational exposure to asbestos. She also has experience with regulatory and transactional matters concerning environmental and energy law.
Her litigation background includes managing docket-wide discovery and involvement in trials, trial preparation, motions practice and mediation. "My maritime work includes the defense of energy companies facing complex claims involving serious personal injuries, property damage and other torts and losses."
She helps energy-sector clients throughout the region with permitting, enforcement and compliance with environmental rules and regulations. For example, Tiffany has assisted a major refinery and other industrial clients with complex enforcement actions concerning alleged violations of the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act. She also assists with developing compliance and implementation strategies to address newly promulgated rules and regulations.
Tiffany serves as the firm’s first Chief Diversity Officer and chairs the firm’s Diversity Committee. In that role, Tiffany is instrumental in developing, supporting and implementing policies and initiatives to facilitate the firm’s mission to create and sustain a diverse and inclusive workplace.
In addition to her firm wide responsibilities, Tiffany is active in several professional and community organizations. She has spoken on issues relating to Louisiana environmental litigation, insurance, indemnity, electronic discovery, the Medicare Secondary Payor Act, and offshore drilling.
Tiffany has earned a reputation for being responsive and analytical and for showing an ability to handle tight deadlines and complex discovery projects. "Clients like that I'm well organized and that I deliver...fast."