Greg LaCourGreg LaCour

Greg LaCour specializes in Fiduciary Litigation and Corporate Governance at the Lukinovich Law Firm. Greg draws from 20 years of litigation experience as he provides advice both to fiduciaries and to business owners. Greg’s other practice areas include estate planning (the drafting of wills, powers of attorney, and trusts), business succession planning, corporate acquisitions, sales and mergers, and contractual drafting and negotiations. Prior to joining the Lukinovich team, Greg was an equity partner with a prominent firm in New Orleans, where he served on the management committee. Greg has extensive litigation and trial experience in both State and Federal Courts.

Greg was born and raised in New Orleans. He is married to Yvette LaCour, who is the Development Director at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans. Together they have five children. Greg and Yvette are members of St. Clement of Rome Parish in Metairie.

Practice Areas:
• Fiduciary Litigation (including Succession Litigation, Trust Litigation, and Shareholder/ Officer/Director Litigation).
• Corporate Governance and Business Planning.
• Advisor to Trustees and Succession Representatives.
• Advisor to Officers, Directors and Owners of Closely-Held Businesses.
• Estate Planning.
• Business Litigation.

• Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer Review Rated Lawyer.

• Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University, Juris Doctor, 1995.
• University of Virginia, Bachelor of Arts, 1992.
• Jesuit High School, 1988.

• Lukinovich, A Professional Law Corporation (2013 – present), member.
• Christovich & Kearney, LLP (1999-2012), equity partner, member of Management Committee.
• Vezina & Gattuso (1995-1999), member.

In the Community:
• Catholic Foundation, Archdiocese of New Orleans – Board member (2014 – present).
• St. Clement of Rome, Chairman of Stewardship Committee (2011 – 2015).
• Jesuit High School Athletic Board, member (2013 – present).

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