MANDEVILLE, LA (January 6, 2020) – Loeb Law Firm is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Kevin Melchi to the firm as a partner in its Mississippi office. The addition of Kevin is a part of the firm’s continuing regional growth and commitment to the development of new attorneys.

“We are eager to have Kevin on board and join the high caliber of skill and integrity that we hold at Loeb Law Firm,  said Firm C.E.O., Nicole Songy Loeb. “He is an outstanding attorney who will offer first-rate knowledge and personalized attention to our clients.”

Kevin holds degrees from Purdue University and the University of Mississippi. He is an experienced litigator with more than fifteen years of experience and has tried numerous cases to successful verdict across state, federal, and appellate courts.  His practice has focused on insurance defense, mass tort, personal injury, governmental defense, and municipal law.

Kevin is also well versed in civil rights and medical malpractice and has extensive experience in cases involving contracts, business and land disputes as well as construction negligence and employment. Over the course of his legal career, he has successfully represented a diverse range of clients including individuals, public entities, companies, and governments.

Loeb Law Firm provides a full range of legal services to national and international corporate and individual clients from its offices in Mandeville, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport, and Hattiesburg.

For more information on this press release please read Kevin’s biography here or connect with our Business Development Manager Amy Adams at


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