Frederick E. Yorsch
Frederick E. Yorsch is a partner at NOLA Title Company and also serves as Legal Counsel for the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Mr. Yorsch received his undergraduate degree from Loyola University in 1998 and his graduate degree from Southern University in 2000. He attended Loyola University School of Law in 2004, earning a Juris Doctorate degree and an International Legal Studies Certificate. He is also a graduate of the Police Legal Advisor Training Program instructed by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and a fellow of the Loyola University Institute of Politics.
Mr. Yorsch is a graduate of the New Orleans Police Academy and was employed by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office from 1995 through 2003. He was a member of the Street Crimes Unit and the Crisis Management Unit (SWAT). Mr. Yorsch rose to the rank of Lieutenant and Assistant Commander of the Street Crimes Unit. He served as a designated Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office Transition Team member. The Team assisted Sheriff Marlin Gusman in planning the merger and consolidation of the Criminal Sheriff’s Office and Civil Sheriff’s Office for the Parish of Orleans to create the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office. He also served as a designated commissioner for the Plaquemines Parish Courthouse District. The purpose of the district is to oversee the placement and construction of a new courthouse in Plaquemines Parish.
Mr. Yorsch is the legal advisor for the Plaquemines Parish Retired Employees’ Insurance Fund. The fund was created to cover the payment of health insurance premium costs for eligible retired Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office employees. It was established under the authority of Louisiana Revised Statute 33:1448.3, which Mr. Yorsch helped draft.
Mr. Yorsch provides legal advice, regulatory guidance, and consulting services in the areas of disaster preparedness and recovery to organizations and agencies interacting directly with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to ensure that his clients maximize eligibility for FEMA assistance grant funds. He counsels both public and private employers on day-to-day issues. He draws up contracts and assists clients in preparing legally-compliant internal policies and procedures to prevent litigation. He assists his clients with preparing contracts and legally complaint internal policies and procedures to prevent litigation. He is also a registered Louisiana lobbyist and skillfully represents clients’ positions on current or proposed legislation to lawmakers, legislative communities and bodies, and the public to obtain favorable policy decisions. He drafts and introduces legislation and monitors, as well as, provides regular updates on the movement of legislation that affects his clients.
Mr. Yorsch is a member of the American Bar Association, Louisiana State Bar Association, Jefferson Parish Bar Association, International Association of Chiefs of Police, National Sheriff’s Association and the Fraternal Order of Police. He is passionate about the pursuit of justice and ensuring that his clients enjoy every right and protection available to them under the law. His dedication, experience and aggressive representation of clients have won him the praise of clients, as well as opposing attorneys.
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Jessica C. Seale
Jessica C. Seale has extensive experience in real estate transactions, including but not limited to preparing promissory notes, mortgages, closing documents, title examination, litigation relating to title and title curative maters, and all other aspects of real estate closings. Ms. Seale has managed thousands of closings during her tenure with NOLA Title.
Ms. Seale is a recognized authority on tax sales and adjudicated properties in the State of Louisiana and also works with clients in matters involving title insurance for distressed properties. She is also a contributing author to the “Demotech Difference”, a publication of Demotech, Inc., the leading title insurance rating company. Ms. Seale has experience in litigating general civil matters in the areas of real estate, creditor’s rights, negotiable instruments, security devices, contracts, and leases. She is also well versed in the areas of wills, successions, and foreclosure litigation.
Ms. Seale earned her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law in 2007 where she was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in English Writing in 2001 from the University of New Orleans. She is a lifelong resident of Metairie and graduated from St. Mary’s Dominican High School in New Orleans.
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