Duval Funderburk Sundbery Lovell & Watkins

Committed to Business, Families and Individuals throughout Southeast Louisiana.

Throughout its history, Duval, Funderburk, Sundbery, Lovell & Watkins has been dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of its clients in the southeast Louisiana region. The firm is capable of handling large scale mergers and acquisitions, but it also provides its smaller business clients and individuals with the same high degree of professional legal services. As recognition of the fine services it provides and its commitment to community service, Duval, Funderburk, Sundbery, Lovell & Watkins was named "Small Business of the" Year (2003-2004) by the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce.



C. Berwick Duval II


Areas of Practice:

Bankruptcy Law
Business & Commercial Law
Business Organizations
Government Contracts
Litigation Percentage:
80% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions:
U.S. District Court, Eastern, Middle and Western Divisions of Louisiana, 1982.

United states Supreme Court, 1990

Louisiana, 1982
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit, 1983

Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1981 J.D.

Nicholls State, Thibodaux, LA, USA
Major: Finance


Mr. Duval has tried numerous civil cases, both jury and non jury. He has tried cases in various state district courts of Louisiana as well as federal district courts in Louisiana. Mr. Duval has also argued cases before state court of appeal in Louisiana; the Louisiana Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit. Mr. Duval also was successful in a petition for certiorari before the United States Supreme Court in the case of Pelts & Skins, LLC. versus James Jenkins, Jr., Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Additionally, Mr. Duval serves on various state and local boards and commissions, and has been awarded the Terrebonne Parish's highest civic award, the "Most Useful Citizen Award" for 2007.


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