Hal D. Ungar brings ten years of practical experience to his diverse practice, which includes the fields of labor and employment, construction, admiralty, personal injury and insurance law. His vast litigation experience includes employment and labor matters, construction related disputes involving breach of contract and other contractor related issues, class action defense, multidistrict litigation, and personal injury.
Hal has previously served as lead counsel on numerous labor and employment, construction/contractor, admiralty and personal injury matters at the partner level. He has also served as second chair/assistant lead trial attorney in the formal trial setting on a variety of civil litigation matters, including labor and employment cases (judicial and agency), Hurricane Katrina insurance claims, toxic tort, general personal injury, and workers’ compensation.
A New Orleans native, Hal completed his undergraduate degrees at Indiana University in 2004, majoring in Political Science and Jewish Studies. He received his Juris Doctor from Loyola University in New Orleans in 2007, where he served with honors on the Moot Court Staff and was a member of the Maritime Law Journal.
Hal is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Louisiana and Mississippi.