Brandon W. Letulier joined the firm in 2003. His practice areas include Business/Commercial Litigation, Admiralty & Maritime, Mergers & Acquisitions and General Litigation & Appeals. His clients include onshore and offshore oilfield operators and service companies for whom he regularly negotiates master service agreements and litigates insurance and indemnity claims involving personal injury, property damage, pollution, and other casualties. He has successfully litigated oilfield indemnity and insurance claims, as well as corporate veil piercing and officer and director liability suits.
- University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Bachelor of Science, 1999
- Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Civil Law, 2003
- The John M. Duhe, Jr., American Inn of Court:Treasurer (2010-2011; 2011-2012)
- Louisiana Bar Foundation, Community Partnership Panel (2010-2014)
- Lafayette Young Lawyers’ Association Board Member: Mock Trial Chair (2008-2009) Board Member: Mock Trial Co-Chair (2009-2010)
- Louisiana Law Review Senior Associate, Volume 62 (LSU Law 2001-2003)
- Order of the Coif, LSU Law
- Graduated Magna Cum Laude, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
- Louisiana State Bar Journal, Young Lawyers Section Spotlight (2010)
- Publication Bowen v. Amoco: Contracting for Expanded Judicial Review under the Federal Arbitration Act, 62 La.L. Rev. 463 (2003)
- UL-Lafayette Alumni Association Outstanding Graduate, Department of Criminal Justice / Outstanding Graduate Nominee, Liberal Arts College
- Project Manager for Mock Trial Courtroom Project for Northside High School funded by the Louisiana Bar Foundation (2008-2009)
- Speaker on Small Business Development for Lafayette Bar Association’s “Advice, Attorneys, Answers!” Seminar (2008)
Mr. Letulier was born and raised in Lafayette. He is married to Beth Letulier, and they have two children, Lauren and Thomas. His interests include playing guitar, traveling and fitness.