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Danielle Borel Named to Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board

Baton Rouge associate Daniell L. Borel was recently named to the Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is responsible for recommending strategic direction to the Board of Directors and share Lighthouse Louisiana's mission among other things. 

About Danielle L. Borel: 

Danielle Borel is an associate in the Baton Rouge office, practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and healthcare. Her principal areas of practice include litigation involving: healthcare provider licensing and payment disputes; trademark disputes; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues.

About Lighthouse Louisiana: 

At Lighthouse Louisiana our goal is to provide people with disabilities opportunities to succeed. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Gulfport create jobs for people who are blind. Proceeds from the sales of high-quality, commercially competitive products help fund services for people who are blind, Deaf, and who have other disabilities.

We help people get jobs, regain their independence, and challenge expectations of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Even as a century-old nonprofit, we're constantly evolving to better serve our community.

Danielle Borel Named to Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board

Baton Rouge associate Daniell L. Borel was recently named to the Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is responsible for recommending strategic direction to the Board of Directors and share Lighthouse Louisiana's mission among other things. 

About Danielle L. Borel: 

Danielle Borel is an associate in the Baton Rouge office, practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and healthcare. Her principal areas of practice include litigation involving: healthcare provider licensing and payment disputes; trademark disputes; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues.

About Lighthouse Louisiana: 

At Lighthouse Louisiana our goal is to provide people with disabilities opportunities to succeed. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Gulfport create jobs for people who are blind. Proceeds from the sales of high-quality, commercially competitive products help fund services for people who are blind, Deaf, and who have other disabilities.

We help people get jobs, regain their independence, and challenge expectations of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Even as a century-old nonprofit, we're constantly evolving to better serve our community.

Danielle Borel Named to Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board

Baton Rouge associate Daniell L. Borel was recently named to the Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is responsible for recommending strategic direction to the Board of Directors and share Lighthouse Louisiana's mission among other things. 

About Danielle L. Borel: 

Danielle Borel is an associate in the Baton Rouge office, practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and healthcare. Her principal areas of practice include litigation involving: healthcare provider licensing and payment disputes; trademark disputes; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues.

About Lighthouse Louisiana: 

At Lighthouse Louisiana our goal is to provide people with disabilities opportunities to succeed. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Gulfport create jobs for people who are blind. Proceeds from the sales of high-quality, commercially competitive products help fund services for people who are blind, Deaf, and who have other disabilities.

We help people get jobs, regain their independence, and challenge expectations of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Even as a century-old nonprofit, we're constantly evolving to better serve our community.

Danielle Borel Named to Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board

Baton Rouge associate Daniell L. Borel was recently named to the Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is responsible for recommending strategic direction to the Board of Directors and share Lighthouse Louisiana's mission among other things. 

About Danielle L. Borel: 

Danielle Borel is an associate in the Baton Rouge office, practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and healthcare. Her principal areas of practice include litigation involving: healthcare provider licensing and payment disputes; trademark disputes; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues.

About Lighthouse Louisiana: 

At Lighthouse Louisiana our goal is to provide people with disabilities opportunities to succeed. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Gulfport create jobs for people who are blind. Proceeds from the sales of high-quality, commercially competitive products help fund services for people who are blind, Deaf, and who have other disabilities.

We help people get jobs, regain their independence, and challenge expectations of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Even as a century-old nonprofit, we're constantly evolving to better serve our community.

Danielle Borel Named to Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board

Baton Rouge associate Daniell L. Borel was recently named to the Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is responsible for recommending strategic direction to the Board of Directors and share Lighthouse Louisiana's mission among other things. 

About Danielle L. Borel: 

Danielle Borel is an associate in the Baton Rouge office, practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and healthcare. Her principal areas of practice include litigation involving: healthcare provider licensing and payment disputes; trademark disputes; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues.

About Lighthouse Louisiana: 

At Lighthouse Louisiana our goal is to provide people with disabilities opportunities to succeed. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Gulfport create jobs for people who are blind. Proceeds from the sales of high-quality, commercially competitive products help fund services for people who are blind, Deaf, and who have other disabilities.

We help people get jobs, regain their independence, and challenge expectations of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Even as a century-old nonprofit, we're constantly evolving to better serve our community.

Danielle Borel Named to Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board

Baton Rouge associate Daniell L. Borel was recently named to the Lighthouse Louisiana Baton Rouge Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is responsible for recommending strategic direction to the Board of Directors and share Lighthouse Louisiana's mission among other things. 

About Danielle L. Borel: 

Danielle Borel is an associate in the Baton Rouge office, practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and healthcare. Her principal areas of practice include litigation involving: healthcare provider licensing and payment disputes; trademark disputes; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues.

About Lighthouse Louisiana: 

At Lighthouse Louisiana our goal is to provide people with disabilities opportunities to succeed. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Gulfport create jobs for people who are blind. Proceeds from the sales of high-quality, commercially competitive products help fund services for people who are blind, Deaf, and who have other disabilities.

We help people get jobs, regain their independence, and challenge expectations of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Even as a century-old nonprofit, we're constantly evolving to better serve our community.
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