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George A. Frilot III
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Phone: (504) 599-8001
Fax: (504) 599-8101
Email: George A. Frilot III


Admiralty & Maritime
Energy & Environmental
Mass Tort & Class Actions

Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1958, LL.B.

Loyola University, 1955, B.A


Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Maritime Law Association of the United States

Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers

Curtis R. Boisfontaine Trial Advocacy Award, 2007

Best Lawyer in America,
10 Year Distinction

Louisiana Super Lawyer, 2007, 2008

2006 Leadership in Law Award,
New Orleans Top 50 Attorneys

George Frilot is a Founding Partner of the Firm and is a leading attorney in the Firm's Energy & Environmental Practice Group. Over the course of 40 years of practice, he has tried cases in 23 states and has actively participated in proceedings in two foreign countries. His practice has involved the trial of cases resulting from major offshore catastrophes, energy and environmental issues stemming from class action proceedings, commercial litigation and products liability.

Mr. Frilot is a Fellow of American College of Trial Lawyers. An attorney of this distinction has engaged in trial practice for at least 15 years and has sustained outstanding performance in the profession while exemplifying integrity, dedication and excellence. He has been listed in Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America, Louisiana Super Lawyers and BTI's Client All-Star Team for Law Firms. Last year, Mr. Frilot was honored as one of the Top 50 Lawyers in New Orleans and received the 2006 CityBusiness Leadership in Law Award.

Of particular note, the Louisiana Bar Foundation recently selected Mr. Frilot as the recipient of the prestigious 2007 Curtis R. Boisfontaine Trial Advocacy Award. He will be honored at the LSBA Annual Meeting being held in June in Sandestin, Florida. Mr. Frilot was selected as the 2007 recipient of the award for his long-standing devotion to excellence in trial practice and for upholding the standards of ethics and consideration for the courts, litigants and all counsel in his practice of the law. He will receive a plaque and a $1,000 cash stipend, which the Bar Foundation will donate in Frilot's name to a non-profit law-related program or association providing services in the State of Louisiana.