"I fully understand the complexities, dynamics, and sensitivities inherent in labor and employment matters and take pride in my ability to address them appropriately and effectively. Clients say they appreciate both my written and verbal communications skills, particularly my capacity to break down complicated concepts into clear, comprehensible language. I truly enjoy talking with people and helping them solve their problems."
Matthew Braquet provides counsel on a full spectrum of labor and employment matters with a focus on litigation. Matthew advises employers in a wide range of industries.
Matthew works thoroughly but efficiently to identify and understand the big-picture facts and ramifications of a case and then dives into its nuanced details. This helps Matthew craft a strong narrative that serves clients, and the teams of attorneys he works with, both around the negotiation table and inside the courtroom.
During law school, Matthew served as a judicial intern for Chambers of Magistrate Judge Erin-Wilder-Doomes, the Middle District of Louisiana, United States District Court, which gave him an insider’s perspective of the judicial system. He also clerked for The Kullman Firm, where he worked on an array of labor and employment matters.