Robert “Lee” Seegers, Jr. has been admitted to practice law in Georgia (2008) and Louisiana (2009). He began his practice in a commercial litigation firm in downtown Atlanta before transitioning to personal injury law in Shreveport, Louisiana in 2009. Lee became a solo practitioner in New Orleans in 2012 and represented clients in construction and real estate litigation, and since 2013 has handled business economic loss claims arising from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill class action settlement. He has litigated multiple claims before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana and the United States Court of Appeal for the Fifth Circuit. Lee joined Dwyer, Cambre and Suffern in 2018 to pursue his interest in real estate and commercial litigation. He represents clients in all matters of real estate litigation.Lee has held licenses as an all-lines insurance adjuster (Texas) and a real estate broker (Mississippi). He has been a member of multiple professional and civic organizations, including the Louisiana Association for Justice and the Defense Research Institute (DRI). Lee has formal education and training in negotiation and mediation. He has served as a panelist and consultant on matters of mediation, business negotiations and the effective use of demonstrative evidence at trial.
Outside of work, Lee likes to travel, learn and play golf.