Lanson Bordelon is an associate attorney at National Litigation Law Group. Lanson grew up in Mansura, Louisiana. After graduating law school in New Orleans, he began working with a local firm focused on helping thousands of people who suffered physical, emotional and/or financial damages because of consumer products and pharmaceuticals through class action lawsuits. Lanson recovered millions of dollars for former NFL Players in the NFL Concussion Litigation, as well as millions of dollars for those affected by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Lanson then moved to Denver and began working in the oil and gas industry until he joined the team at NLLG.
Lanson enjoys protecting the rights of consumers and preventing large corporations from engaging in unlawful practices at the expense of the consumers. During his time at NLLG, he has had many of his debt collection lawsuits against our NLLG clients dismissed. Lanson enjoys working with his team at NLLG because he likes the way everyone supports each other to focus on our goal of alleviating some of the stress litigation causes our clients.
When Lanson is not working he helps to raise four young children. He loves skiing, hiking, and going to concerts at Red Rocks. Lanson loves to support and raise awareness for the Alport Syndrome Foundation.
University of New Orleans, B.A.
University of Loyola College of Law, J.D.
PREVIOUS PRACTICE AREAS:
Oil & Gas
BAR AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY:
Louisiana State Bar Association
Texas Bar Association
Continuing Legal Education class on the current state of Pharmaceutical Mass Tort litigation