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About David

David Redmann’s practice consists principally of the defense of toxic tort, products liability, occupational injury and disease, and class action claims; technically-oriented commercial litigation. He also engages in appellate practice in the Louisiana state and federal courts. David represents several Fortune 500 companies in occupational disease litigation. He has been the co-author (with Dwight “Trey” Paulsen) of the last three editions of the Louisiana chapter of the Defense Research Institute’s reference book, Products Liability Defenses.

The Best Lawyers in America ©, Commercial Litigation, Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Defendants, Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Product Liability Litigation – Defendants, since 2011

Selected as “Top Lawyer” in New Orleans by New Orleans Magazine for Product Liability Litigation, 2020

Presentations:

“Responding To, Evaluating, and Defending Sudden Event Mass Toxic Tort Claims,” TheCLM / Council on Litigation Management, July 28, 2011
“Where is Daubert going and where should you go with it?,” New Orleans Association of Defense Counsel, March 30, 2001

Publications:

“The Role of “Unilateral” Error in Contract Rescission, Construction, and Damage Valuation: A Modest Proposal,” 53 La. L. Rev. 1879, 1993
“Products Liability Defenses,” Defense Research Institute, Louisiana Chapter, 2nd – 6th eds., with Dwight “Trey” Paulsen, 2001-2017,
Practice Areas
Industries
Education
Louisiana State University, Juris Doctor. 1994
University of Notre Dame, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, 1991
Bar Affiliations

Louisiana, 1994

Courts

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana

United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana

United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Associations

Louisiana State Bar Association, 1994
The Defense Research Institute, 1996
The Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel
The Federalist Society