Over Fifty Years Of Personal Injury Law Practice
Stacie Lambert deBlieux
In 2006 Stacie joined the Louisiana Department of Justice as an Assistant Attorney General. She soon began representing the State in some of its largest and most complex plaintiff cases against big business interests such as the pharmaceutical, insurance and auto industries. With a focus on consumer protection and antitrust enforcement, Stacie became Section Chief of the DOJ's first Complex Litigation Unit, often working hand-in-hand with other state and federal enforcers and leading efforts on behalf of forty or more states.
Stacie has served as the lead attorney for Louisiana in a variety of complex litigation matters, including all Katrina-related cases against the insurance industry, auto cases such as Toyota unintended acceleration and Volkswagen diesel emissions, antitrust multidistrict litigation cases involving the delayed generic entry of Suboxone as well as the price fixing of generic pharmaceuticals, and the State's cases against Facebook and Google. Most recently, Stacie headed the State's lawsuit against the opioid drug manufacturers, was a member of the 13-state committee negotiating the national $26 billion settlement with Johnson & Johnson and opioid distributors, and served on the ad-hoc committee for the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy matter related to the national opiate litigation.
Stacie resides in Baton Rouge with her three teenage children, Everett, Anna Camille, and Louisa. A breast cancer survivor, Stacie is active in the Woman's Hospital Bust Breast Cancer fundraiser and the Susan B. Komen Big Wigs event. She also serves as a eucharistic minister and lector at St. George Catholic Church and is active in the St. Joseph's Academy and Catholic High School Mother's Clubs and the SJA Alumni Association.
- Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Louisiana State University
- Major: Economics