Sponsor Spotlight: Sher Garner Cahill Richter Klein & Hilbert, L.L.C.,

New Orleans CREW is delighted to shine the Sponsor Spotlight on Sher Garner Cahill Richter klein & Hilbert, L.L.C.

Sher Garner Cahill Richter Klein & Hilbert, L.L.C.
, founded on January 20, 1999, consists of a group of over forty attorneys practicing as one team in a wide variety of business and litigation disciplines. While the firm provides single-source convenience for issues that demand expertise in a variety of legal areas, as well as sophisticated legal services common to a large firm practice, the firm is also known for its responsiveness, personal attention and sensible staffing. Sher Garner attorneys apply their experience and dedication to delivering the highest quality of representation that solves their clients’ problems and protects their interests in a results-oriented way.

Sher Garner transactional attorneys have extensive experience in real estate and business related matters, including leases, acquisitions, commercial and maritime finance, construction and land development, subdivision and zoning, taxation, creditors’ rights, corporate and general business advice, intellectual property, governmental relations, bankruptcy, and banks and banking.

The firm’s litigation attorneys have expertise in the practices of complex commercial litigation, mass torts, professional liability insurance (engineering, insurance, medical and other professions), maritime/admiralty and related matters, creditors’ rights and foreclosures, energy and environmental law, toxic torts, subrogation and recovery for marine and non-marine insurers, products and premises liability, construction, class actions, bankruptcy, insurance defense, and RICO.

Sher Garner consistently works toward the betterment of their community, with firm members actively involved in professional activities, as well as civic, charitable, political and educational endeavors. The firm is proud of its commitment to diversity as demonstrated by over one third of their lawyers being women and minorities.