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Calder H. "Cal" Lamb

Associate

Cal Lamb focuses his practice on construction and on oil and gas matters. He advises and assists clients regarding all aspects of these industries, including contract negotiation and drafting; pre-claim counseling; and dispute resolution in mediation, arbitration, and courts of law.

Professional Biography


Cal Lamb is an associate in Baker Donelson's New Orleans office and a member of the Advocacy Department. He assists clients with matters in all stages of the construction process, including contract drafting and review; indemnity and insurance contracts; breach of contract; change orders; defective work; delay; disruption; inefficiency; differing site conditions; unfair trade practices; and dispute resolution through mediation, arbitration, and litigation in both state and federal courts.

Cal also assists clients in all segments of the oil and gas industry. In this work, he helps clients resolve matters with breach of contract; royalty and lease disputes; environmental and toxic tort claims; products liability; negligence; and insurance coverage disputes through mediation, arbitration, and litigation in both state and federal courts.

During his time at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Mr. Lamb was an Ignatius Scholar and a member of the Loyola Law Review.

Prior to joining Baker Donelson, Mr. Lamb served as a summer extern for Justice James T. Genovese of the Louisiana Supreme Court.

  • Member – St. Thomas More-Loyola Law Inn of Court
  • "Ramos, A Missed Opportunity for the Equal Protection Clause," Loyola Law Review (February 2021)

Education

  • Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., 2022
  • Southern Methodist University, B.S.F.A., 2012

Admissions

  • Louisiana, 2022
  • U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana, 2022
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 2022

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