Cazayoux to join Long Law Firm
BATON ROUGE - U.S. Attorney Donald J. Cazayoux Jr. will be joining the Long Law Firm in early July when he leaves his federal job.
Cazayoux announced his resignation June 12 after three years as the head federal prosecutor for the Middle District headquartered in Baton Rouge.
Long Law Firm was established 25 years ago by U.S. Sen. Russell B. Long.
David Guerry, a managing partner, said in a news release received by The Advocate that Cazayoux will represent consumers, businesses and taxpayers in complex cases, including the oil spill claims process.
Cazayoux is a former Congressman and a former assistant district attorney for the 18th Judicial District in both Pointe Coupee and Iberville parishes.
He also had a private law practice in New Roads.