Comment by Anais M. Jaccard
Note by Anais M. Jaccard
Note by Ryan M. Tucker
Note by Taylor K. Wimberly
Article by Ronald J. Scalise Jr.
Article by L. David Cromwell and Chloe M. Chetta
Article by Sally Brown Richardson
Article by Melissa T. Lonegrass
Note by Leigh B. Ackal
In answering the certified question, the Louisiana Supreme Court held that public policy in Louisiana does not bar the application of an antiassignment clause to postloss assignments where the language of the antiassignment clause “clearly and unambiguously express[es]” the parties' intention that the clause will apply to postloss assignments. In re Katrina Canal Breaches Litigation, 2010-1823, pp. 7, 12 (La. 5/10/11); 63 So. 3d 955, 960, 963.