Richard J. Arsenault Appears on NPR’s Morning Edition
Neblett, Beard & Arsenault founder, Richard J. Arsenault, was interviewed by Wade Goodwyn on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition earlier today.
Arsenault, who has filed multiple class action lawsuits in the explosion, sinking and oil spill of Transocean’s Deepwater Horizon, was interviewed about the legal strategies in place in what could become the largest class action litigation in the nation’s history. He also discusses the possible defenses and tactics that BP, Transocean and other companies involved in the spill may employ in order to limit their liability in the disaster.
Richard Arsenault, a veteran of complex and class action litigation, represents Gulf coast residents and businesses whose lives and livelihoods have been adversely affected by the spill. He has filed lawsuits in Louisiana, Alabama and Florida against BP, Transocean, Halliburton and Cameron. He will also chair two upcoming oil spill litigation conferences including the Louisiana State Bar Association’s Oil Spill Symposium and the Oil Spill Litigation Conference for HarrisMartin Publishing.
To listen to Wade Goodwyn’s interview of Richard Arsenault on NPR, click here.