Charles J. Duhe Jr.

Baton Rouge, LA
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Chip Duhe was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Setting aside his aspirations to become a football coach, Chip obtained his undergraduate and law degree from Louisiana State University. Traveling back to his law review tenure, Chip began his focus exploring issues involving workers’ compensation and general casualty. He has litigated hundreds of cases in every court in the state. His trial experience uniquely ranges from a straightforward workers’ compensation case to complex litigation matters involving catastrophes at refineries along the Mississippi River. Today, Chip remains well-respected in all aspects of the law by the judges before whom he appears, his colleagues and the firm's clients. Because of his expertise in these areas and his personal skills, Chip was selected to become a mediator for MAPS throughout the state. In his spare time, Chip is best known for his tireless work as a basketball referee for the Baton Rouge Basketball Officials Association.

Chip is a frequent lecturer for various trade groups and is a member of the Baton Rouge, Louisiana state and American bar associations.

Areas of Practice
  • Employment And Workers' Compensation Law
  • Business Transactions
  • Transportation Law
  • Premises And Product Liability
  • Professional Liability
  • Mediation
Certified Legal Specialties
Bar Admissions
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Louisiana
  • U.S. District Court Middle District of Louisiana
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Louisiana
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit

Louisiana State University Law Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

  • J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence - 1990
Honors & Awards
Professional Associates & Awards
  • Baton Rouge Bar Association, Member
  • Louisiana State Bar Association, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Fellow Status of the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Published Works
  • Retroactive Application of the Louisiana Products Liability Act: A Civilian Analysis, Louisiana Law Review, Vol. 49, No. 4, March, 1989
Representative Cases
Past Employment Positions
Community Involvement