Cayce C. Peterson

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Cayce C. Peterson has been with The Lambert Firm since 2006. Cayce was born in Patterson, Louisiana in St. Mary Parish and grew up on the Bayou Teche where he still spends many weekends fishing in the Atchafalaya Spillway and Bay. He moved to New Orleans to attend Tulane University and Tulane Law School.

Since his admission to the Louisiana Bar, Cayce has emerged as a skilled litigator, briefing and arguing important legal issues in the areas of maritime injury, insurance coverage, products liability, whistleblower and personal injury. Because of Cayce’s education in physics, mathematics and computer science as well as his lifetime of experience growing up around the offshore and inland oil and gas industry, Cayce has a unique understanding of technical, scientific and industry specific issues that often arise in maritime injury cases.

Together with Hugh Lambert, the two attorneys are a formidable adversary for any legal opponent and are well equipped to represent offshore, inland and river workers injured on the job, especially when science and engineering are important aspects of the case.

EDUCATION

Tulane University (Bachelor of Science)
Tulane Law School (Juris Doctorate)

ADMISSIONS

State of Louisiana
US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
US District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
US District Court for the Western District of Louisiana
US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
US Federal Claims Court

PRO HAC APPEARANCES

Alabama
California
Mississippi
Ohio
Oklahoma
West Virginia

ORGANIZATIONS

New Orleans Bar Association
Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit
Louisiana Association for Justice
American Association for Justice

HONORS & AWARDS

Guest Arbitrator for Tulane Law School National Baseball Arbitration Competition, New Orleans, LA (2010-2014)
The National Trial Lawyers TOP 40 UNDER 40, 2012

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

“Jurisdiction Over Foreign Manufacturer: A Fifth Circuit Update”, Briefly Speaking, New Orleans Bar Association, Spring 2014
“The Insurance Cases”, Tulane Environmental Law News, v. 12, Issue One, Fall 2006.
“Homeowner’s and Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy Issues”, La. Assoc. for Justice, 2010 Cont. Legal Educ. A La Carte, New Orleans, LA, December 29, 2010.