Dana Douglas has practiced in a variety of areas in the state and federal courts in Louisiana focusing primarily on commercial, energy and intellectual property litigation. Clients regularly turn to Dana when facing high-exposure litigation.
Her energy-industry work is both onshore and off-shore, where she has helped clients facing difficult cases involving breach of contract issues, exploration and production disputes, expropriation, landowner/mineral lessee disputes, legacy litigation, royalty-related litigation, and oil and gas marketing disputes.
She has also represented clients in matters that focused on pipeline servitudes, rights-of-way, easements and other matters. She has also prosecuted trademark and trade name applications and drafted intellectual property licensing and work-for-hire agreements.
Dana’s IP clients turn to her for both litigation and sophisticated transactions. She has handled cases involving trademark, copyright, patent infringement, trade secret litigation and cybersquatting.
- Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., 2000;
- Miami University, B.A., 1997
Bar Admissions : Louisiana, 2000
Clerkship : Law clerk to the Honorable Ivan L.R. Lemelle, Judge, United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana, 2000–2001
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