Adams and Reese attorney Marshall Hevron has been named to the Board of Directors of the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans. Since 1974, PRC has been preserving, restoring, and revitalizing New Orleans historic architecture and neighborhoods, and the organization serves as an advocacy agent on a local, regional, and national scale.
PRC has helped restore more than 1,400 properties.
Hevron is an Associate in the Litigation Practice Group, and he represents utility companies in numerous expropriation cases, has experience working on commercial business disputes, advises clients on a number of government contracting issues and assists clients in complying with the Louisiana Public Bid Law.
In the community, Hevron is the former commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8973 in New Orleans. The Post now provides many services to vets, including assistance with VA claims, job counseling, and pro-bono legal assistance. Hevron also assisted New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu to secure housing for 227 homeless veterans. Hevron serves on the City's Board of City Trusts, and is a board member of the Louisiana Military Family Assistance Fund, Save Our Cemeteries, and the Louisiana State Democratic Central Committee.