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Featured in the Louisiana Record
Sudduth elected new member of American Law Society - LAKE CHARLES — The American Law Society Board of Directors recently elected James Sudduth III as a new member.

“I was honored to receive the phone call and enjoyed the interview process,” Sudduth told The Louisiana Record. “Going through an interview process in order to become a part of a legal society further reinforces just how serious this organization takes the process of 'vetting' new members. I am humbled and honored at the opportunity and recognition.


Featured in BBC Record, London
American Law Society recognizes Cleco General-Counsel Attorney - PINEVILLE — Cleco Corporation associate general-counsel attorney Mark D. Pearce has been tapped as one of the latest members of the American Law Society board of directors with America’s Top Lawyers distinction. Pearce joined the Louisiana-based Cleco Corp. in 2002 as a senior attorney. Three years after coming on board at Cleco, he became associate general counsel and has been general counsel since 2013.

Before Cleco, he was a partner at Stafford, Stewart and Potter for a decade beginning in 1992. He earned his Juris Doctor from The Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University.
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Featured in the Florida Record
American Law Society recognizes Ocala attorney Michael Siboni - OCALA, Fla. — Michael C. Siboni, a founding member of Siboni and Buchanan PLLC in Ocala, recently was accepted as a new member of the American Law Society Board of Directors with America’s Top Lawyers distinction.

“He has focused his practice on complex litigation in the areas of aviation, product liability, personal injury, wrongful death, commercial transactions, insurance and equine law in both state and federal court,” the news release said. “Siboni is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a circuit civil and appellate mediator. Additionally, he is a federal-court mediator and Florida Supreme Court-qualified as an arbitrator.”

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