Bryan Jules O’Neill
Bryan J. O’Neill assists clients in a variety of commercial transactional matters, including entity election and startup, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial litigation, real estate, as well as general business related matters. Bryan also regularly advises clients on the division of retirement plans through Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, as well as end of life matters, such as estate planning, succession administration and litigation. Bryan rounds out his practice handling appeals in many venues.
During law school, Mr. O’Neill served at the Editor-in-Chief of the Loyola Maritime Law Journal, was a member of the Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Team and was the research assistant to Professor Nikolaos Davradros for a project that was ultimately published in the Louisiana Law Review, A Louisiana Theory of Juridical Acts, 80 La. L. Rev. 1120 (2020).
Outside of practice, Bryan is an active mentor to Loyola Law School students. Bryan is a member of the advisory board of the Loyola Maritime Law Journal and frequently serves as a guest judge for the Loyola Moot Court program. Bryan is an active member of the St. Thomas More Loyola Law American Inn of Court, and currently serves as the Inn’s Programming Chair. Bryan and his wife, Amy, live in Metairie.
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders