April 4, 2019
Mr. Winsberg has been asked to present at the Louisiana State Bar Association’s annual Estate Planning Seminar. He will speak on prenuptial agreements and estate planning. The seminar will take place in New Orleans on September 6, 2019.
March 6, 2019
Mr. Winsberg, Mr. Gamble and Ms. Baer convinced the Louisiana Supreme Court to reverse the decision of the appellate court to reinstate a domestic abuse tort case between spouses that the trial judge dismissed on res judicata grounds. The Supreme Court ruling resulted in the case against Winsberg & Arnold’s client being dismissed with prejudice. See Hoddinott v. Hoddinott, La. Supreme Court case no. 2018-C-1474.
February 26, 2019
Mr. Winsberg, Mr. Gamble and Ms. Baer convinced the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal to reverse a trial court decision to dismiss a motion to reduce child support. The trial court ruled that a prior agreement prevented a reduction in child support based upon one of three children reaching majority. The court of appeal decision reinstated the motion filed by Winsberg & Arnold on behalf of its client. See Duncan v. Duncan, 2018 WL 6626704.
February 19, 2019
Recently, Mr. Winsberg and Mr. Gamble were successful in getting a trial court to reject several recommendations of a special master relating to novel issues concerning child support.
February 12, 2019
Mr. Winsberg began his tenure as the Chair of the New Orleans Bar Association Family Law Committee. He is planning several CLEs for the year, including a meet and greet with the family law judges of Orleans Parish and a seminar on Collaborative Divorce.
November 14, 2018
Marc Winsberg has been asked to chair the Family Law Committee of the New Orleans Bar Association. He is honored to take over from Steve Lane, who did an excellent job as the chair for many years.
October 25, 2018
WAA recently recovered over $920,000.00 for a client from her ex-husband, who had defaulted on his obligations under a community property partition judgment.
September 26th 2018
Last week, the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal affirmed a trial judgment that dismissed domestic abuse allegations against Winsberg & Arnold’s client and awarded him 50/50 custody of his four year old son. Plaisance v. Plaisance, No. 18-CA-84 (La, App. 5th Cir. 9/13/2018).
August 21, 2018
In July 2018, after being enrolled in the case for less than a year, Mr. Winsberg and Mr. Gamble assisted their client in resolving a multi-million dollar community property partition that had dragged on for more than 15 years.
August 7, 2018
Winsberg & Arnold recently obtained dismissal of tort claims of domestic abuse against a husband. The dismissal was based on the fact that the claims had previously been dismissed in the parties’ divorce proceedings.
August 2, 2018
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal recently affirmed an award of sole custody to a father represented by Mr. Winsberg and Mr. Gamble. The ruling was primarily based on parental alienation by the mother.
July 27. 2018
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal recently affirmed an award of over $95,000.00 to a Winsberg & Arnold client! The fees were awarded to a father for having to defend a series of baseless claims of child abuse brought by the mother.
New Orleans Magazine Names Marc Winsberg and Robin Penzato Arnold as Top Lawyers in New Orleans
Winsberg & Arnold attorneys, Marc Winsberg and Robin Penzato Arnold, have been named My New Orleans Top Lawyers 2015 – 2018. All licensed lawyers in New Orleans were eligible to nominate and vote on lawyers they would recommend in each practice area included on the peer-review survey.
Marc Winsberg and Robin Penzato Arnold Named 2016 Louisiana Super Lawyer and Louisiana Rising Star
Winsberg & Arnold attorneys, Marc Winsberg and Robin Penzato Arnold, have been named 2018 Louisiana Super Lawyer and Louisiana Rising Star. Marc Winsberg has been selected as a 2018 Louisiana Super Lawyer, and Robin Penzato Arnold has been selected as a 2018 Louisiana Rising Star. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in each state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive these honors. The annual selections are made using a patented multiphase process that includes a state-wide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates and peer reviews by practice area.