Holland & Knight Adds Litigator Louis Rouleau in Washington
WASHINGTON (January 20, 2021) – Louis Rouleau has joined Holland & Knight as a litigation partner in the firm's Washington, D.C., office. Mr. Rouleau focuses on real estate, consumer finance and manufacturing disputes. Most recently, he was a partner at Womble Bond Dickinson.
Mr. Rouleau has served as trial counsel and lead counsel for a broad range of businesses, including those in the real estate development, manufacturing and financial services industries.
He has represented clients in dozens of commercial property disputes from coast to coast, as well as lease finance enforcement actions and Section 1983 violations. His real estate cases often involve an environmental component, including contamination cleanup and reporting requirements.
Mr. Rouleau has represented clients in a wide variety of complex commercial disputes before state and federal courts across the country, including real estate development, product liability, successor liability, bankruptcy, breach of contract and financial services disputes. He has successfully litigated several class action suits for national and international companies.
"Louis is an accomplished litigator with an impressive track record of achieving favorable outcomes for his clients," said Lynn Calkins, the Washington-based deputy section leader of Holland & Knight's firmwide Litigation Section. "His level of experience and knowledge of the real estate sector will be particularly valuable to the many real estate clients that we represent."
"Holland & Knight has an excellent reputation not only as a litigation powerhouse, but also as one of the leading law firms serving the real estate industry, which is a focus of my practice," said Mr. Rouleau. "I am delighted to join this stellar team of lawyers and look forward to contributing to the continued growth of the Washington office and the firm overall."
Mr. Rouleau received a J.D. degree from American University Washington College of Law and a B.A. degree from the University of Connecticut. He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.