If we do not trust a particular medical professional, we do not allow him or her to treat our ailments. If we do not trust a certain politician, we do not vote for him or her. We instinctively understand that trust is a critical factor when it comes to interacting with individuals.
Roedel Parsons joins the community in celebrating the life of Sadie Thibodeaux. Beginning in 2011, Sadie was a wonderful team member at the firm. She filled a variety of roles during her time at the firm including billing, marketing, administrative support and lobbying. Sadie had recently moved to New Orleans to support members of the firm's lobbying team. She will be remembered for her wonderful spirit, strong work ethic and unselfish attitude. Sadie was always eager to join others from the firm in activities outside of work. In fact, she was usually the person organizing participation in the gumbo cook-off, walk for St. Jude, flood relief effort and other activities supporting the community. Sadie leaves behind many dear friendships at the firm. She will always be missed and remembered.
Do you know the Statue of Liberty when you see it? For the U.S. Postal Service, that question wasn't so simple. The most successful stamp in recent years actually featured a replica of Lady Liberty from the Las Vegas strip instead of the actual statue in New York City. This case of mistaken identity and copyright infringement proved to be a multimillion-dollar mishap.