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Director Timothy Hassinger Publishes Book on Louisiana Civil Procedure

Galloway Johnson Tompkins Burr & Smith proudly announces the release of a new book written by Director Timothy Hassinger. Published by LexisNexis, this practical and step-by-step resource will be a necessity in legal libraires for those practicing in Louisiana’s state courts.

Louisiana Civil Procedure with Forms provides comprehensive coverage of court rules, time-saving forms, and guidance on relevant issues in pretrial procedures.  From commencing a civil action to alternative dispute resolution, this resource equips practitioners with invaluable guidance every step of the way.

A recognized and respected litigator, Tim manages our Greater New Orleans offices and has over 27 years of experience in navigating the intricacies of Louisiana courts by representing companies and insurers in personal injury, commercial, and insurance coverage litigation. Focused on advancing the clarity and quality of legal writing, Tim is an Advisory Editor of the Loyola Maritime Law Journal, a Life Member of Scribes: The American Society of Legal Writers, and served on the editorial boards of the Louisiana Bar Journal and The Scribes Journal of Legal Writing, as Editor of Briefly Speaking, the quarterly publication of the New Orleans Bar Association.

Galloway was founded in New Orleans over 35 years ago, and though our firm has expanded its reach across the Gulf South and Midwest, our roots and our foundation remains strongly in Louisiana, a state with a rich and unique legislative structure and history unlike other states. Practicing law in Louisiana requires knowledge, preparation, and skill. And our team of Louisiana lawyers have all of those, with the valuable insights and the results to prove it. Our firm has been a legal defense leader with strong ties to Louisiana, putting us in a position to make a difference for our clients before, during, and after trials in Louisiana state courts.

With Galloway attorneys representing clients at all levels of Louisiana courts, readers of Louisiana Civil Procedure with Forms can count on our knowledge to put themselves in the best position for positive outcomes when trying cases in Louisiana.

For more information, please contact Timothy Hassinger. To purchase a copy of Louisiana Civil Procedure with Forms, visit the LexisNexis webstore.