Glenn Goodier is a partner in the Maritime Practice Group, where he represents a wide range of industry clients.
Drawing on his more than 45 years of experience, Glenn advises and represents clients in connection with all aspects of domestic and international maritime law. He regularly handles a wide variety of transactions and litigation, including commercial and tort matters.
Glenn focuses his practice on disputes involving collisions, cargo, personal injury, pollution, towage issues, contracts, insurance coverage, salvage, liens, products liability, and toxic torts. As well as advising clients in federal and state trial and appellate courts, he also represents businesses and individuals in arbitration and in administrative and regulatory proceedings.
In addition to his maritime practice, Glenn also handles a wide range of cases involving insurance coverage disputes and bad-faith insurance claims.
American Bar Association, Section of Tort Trial and Insurance Practice
American College of Trial Lawyers, Fellow (2003)
Association of Average Adjusters of the United States
Federal Bar Association
International Association of Defense Counsel
Louisiana State Bar Association, Sections of Insurance, Tort, Workers Compensation and Admiralty Law and Environmental Law; House of Delegates
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Lecturer (1985-1998)
Maritime Law Association of the United States, Board of Directors (2002-2005); Rivers & Ocean Towing Committee
New Orleans Bar Association
Southeast Admiralty Law Institute
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law JD, 1971 Member and Associate Editor, Loyola Law Review; Delta Theta Phi, Alpha Sigma Nu National Honor Society, 1971
Loyola University New Orleans BBA, 1970 Blue Key National Honor Society
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