James Breaux

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Education
• Loyola University School of Law, J.D., 2000
• University of New Orleans, M.U.R.P., 2000
• Louisiana State University, B.A., 1992

Practice Areas
Real Estate Development and Syndication
• Land Use and Zoning
Litigation
General Business Representation
• Government Relations

Associations
• Louisiana Bar Association
• New Orleans Bar Association
• Baton Rouge Bar Association
• American Planning Association, Louisiana Chapter Legislative Committee

Courts
• All Louisiana State Courts
• U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana
• U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

About James Breaux
James Breaux was born in New Iberia, Louisiana in 1970. Mr. Breaux’s practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial real estate, commercial litigation, land use and zoning, and government relations.

While attending Loyola University School of Law, Mr. Breaux served as Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review. Prior to joining Elkins, P.L.C., Mr. Breaux was an associate with a New Orleans based regional law firm.

Mr. Breaux has represented lenders, builders, telecommunication companies, developers, owners, and tenants in the sale, acquisition, leasing, and financing of real estate. Additionally, Mr. Breaux has experience in counseling clients in matters relating to zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations and restrictions, gaming regulations, and Louisiana legislation. Mr. Breaux has also provided representation in litigation matters relating to real estate, land use, and gaming.

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