John Robin Law
A Louisiana personal injury attorney who has been in practice for over 40 years, Robin represents plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of complex litigation matters. Whether the case is a car accident, truck accident, 18 wheeler crash or any other kind of insurance claim, he provides clients with the highest level of legal representation and care.
He handles both individual and class action litigation John Robin Law and defends companies of all sizes in matters related to federal and state employment discrimination, wage and hour claims, wrongful termination and other workplace torts and disputes, trade secrets, privacy issues, and restrictive covenants. Robin also regularly represents cities, towns, counties, boards and other public/governmental employers on employment and personnel matters unique to such governmental/public entities.
Robin grew up in the Covington area and currently resides in Slidell with his wife, Kathy, and two children, Sam and Daniel. In addition to his legal career, he is an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time with family.
In the earliest Robin Hood texts, including the fragmentary Robyn Hod and the Shryff of Notyngham, Robin is depicted as rougher edged than in later incarnations. He is quick tempered, and in one of the ballads he assaults a tinker for beating him at archery. However, these early texts are still a good source of insight into the life and times of Robin Hood.
This quote is particularly noteworthy because it illustrates that Robin understood the value of nature. He knew that living in harmony with nature was a more fulfilling way of life than simply being part of the regular society of the day.
While he does not have the same amount of wealth as his contemporaries, Robin realizes that money isn’t everything. He is far more interested in the love of a true friend than he is in money or material possessions.
When Robin dies, he asks Little John to grant his final wish and bury him where the arrow lands, a sign that their friendship will last beyond the mortal world. Little John obeys, thus demonstrating that he was truly a trusted friend.
Earlier in his career, Robin served as a trial attorney at Vinson & Elkins, where he built up a strong trial group. In 1983, he joined with other leading lawyers to form Gibbs & Bruns, a nationally recognized litigation boutique that is renowned for its high-value work in all types of high-stakes commercial cases. Robin has tried hundreds of cases to verdict. The firm’s litigation team is renowned for its lean trial teams and the ability to aggressively and effectively represent plaintiffs and defendants alike. The firm’s clients include banks, corporations and financial institutions in a wide range of industries. In addition, the firm’s litigation attorneys have handled numerous multimillion dollar class action lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants. Several of these matters have resulted in favorable settlements for their clients. The firm has offices in New Orleans and Baton Rouge.