John E. W. Baay, II

John E. W. Baay, II

Member
Fax: (504) 561-1011
 

John represents companies and insurers in complex litigation and class actions involving personal injury and property damage claims. He has additional experience defending Jones Act suits and other admiralty and maritime claims.

John is admitted to practice and currently represents clients in cases pending in all three states that make up the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit: Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi.

Before attending law school, John was a commercial banking officer in the energy and maritime department of a large regional bank. He also taught college preparatory calculus, physics and other math and science courses in a New Orleans high school.

 

Areas of Practice

Complex Litigation
Products Liability
Class Action Defense
Admiralty and Maritime Litigation

Education

J.D., 1994, Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center
Member, LSU National Moot Court Team (1993-1994)
M.B.A., 1989, University of New Orleans
B.S., 1984, Tulane University

Membership

Defense Research Institute
Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel

Bar Affiliations

Louisiana State Bar Association
The Mississippi Bar
State Bar of Texas
Louisiana, 1994
Texas, 1997
Mississippi, 2004

John represents companies and insurers in complex litigation and class actions involving personal injury and property damage claims. He has additional experience defending Jones Act suits and other admiralty and maritime claims.

John is admitted to practice and currently represents clients in cases pending in all three states that make up the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit: Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi.

Before attending law school, John was a commercial banking officer in the energy and maritime department of a large regional bank. He also taught college preparatory calculus, physics and other math and science courses in a New Orleans high school.