“I develop strong relationships with all players at a company, from the top scientists to the guys at corporate headquarters. I believe it is critical to work well with everyone and communicate with each individual in their own language.”
James Shuey has deep experience representing national agricultural companies in commercial litigation matters. He advises and defends his clients on issues of commercial liability, product defense, performance testing and documentation, and contractual arrangements. His practice has for many years focused on agriculture and agribusiness, principally with transgenic crops and agricultural products. He also represents clients in insurance coverage matters, mass torts and class actions. In private practice since 1980, James’ early experience was in admiralty and maritime law.
Law clerk, Chief Justice John A. Dixon, Louisiana Supreme Court, 1980-1981
Louisiana, Texas, New Orleans and American Bar Association – Member