Alexander C. Landin

Associate
Email: acl@kullmanlaw.com

Overview

“One of my biggest technical strengths is problem solving in a very pragmatic yet strategic manner. Although I can be direct and straightforward, I’m also very naturally social. My people skills help forge a path for smooth and positive interactions with clients, opposing counsel, witnesses, and judges, enabling me to attain the most optimal outcomes possible.”

Practice Overview

Litigator Alexander Landin advocates for employers in cases involving discrimination, harassment, accommodations, terminations, and other workplace disputes. Alex also advises management on a wide range of labor and employment issues, including wage-and-hour matters, and compliance with state and federal laws. He draws on valuable experience and insight he gained practicing in the labor and employment section of a large, general practice, multi-state firm.

On the litigation side of his practice, Alex crafts persuasive arguments that convey clients’ perspectives by using compelling stories and solid facts. With a personable yet highly competitive nature, Alex advocates vigorously and finds it gratifying to provide employers with the comfort of knowing that he fights for their interests at all times.

In helping companies navigate a highly complex and ever-changing regulatory and legal landscape, Alex applies his practical, goal-oriented approach to find strategies that make the most sense for his clients’ goals, budgets, and preferences. In many cases that means figuring out money-saving early resolutions that avoid protracted court battles and allow both sides to walk away feeling positive about the outcome.

EDUCATION

  • Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2013
    • (Tulane Law Review, Managing Editor)
    • (Recipient of the Samuel Lang Labor Law Award)
  • The University of Virginia, B.A., 2008

Admissions

  • Louisiana, 2013

Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • Louisiana State Bar Association

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