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Julie M. Araujo

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(504) 799-0152
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New Orleans
909 Poydras Street
Suite 1860
New Orleans, LA 70112


Education

J.D., Tulane Law School, 1999

B.A., Political Science, Rutgers University, 1992

Julie M. Araujo has over 15 years of experience reviewing, negotiating, drafting and litigating complex commercial contracts, both domestically and internationally. In her role as a transactional lawyer, Ms. Araujo has advised clients in the oil and gas, energy, maritime, construction, shipping and engineering industries with a wide range of contractual relationships, including construction contracts, repair contracts, master service agreements, operating agreements, distribution agreements, equipment and land leases, teaming agreements, charterparties, hold harmless and indemnity contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and many more. With each client, Ms. Araujo is devoted to understanding their core business, their culture, and their goals, in order to better provide each client with tailored, cost-effective legal services and advice. Long-standing clients of the firm frequently call upon Ms. Araujo’s experience and expertise to assist and guide them through their toughest and most financially significant commercial considerations and contractual negotiations.

Ms. Araujo’s transactional experience has given her distinct advantages and insights when she switches to a litigator hat to provide her clients advice and services during times when they may need it most-when they become embroiled in disputes. Ms. Araujo has successfully handled numerous contractual disputes and claims both “out of court” and in various state, federal, international and arbitral forums.

Through her years of representing both contractors and project owners, Ms. Araujo has developed a niche construction disputes practice. Construction project claims involving delay, disruption, loss of productivity, inefficiency, acceleration, compression of schedule, design defects, cumulative impact, and indirect or consequential losses cannot be successfully handle by general practitioners. Ms. Araujo possesses the specialized experience, training and skill which are required to provide her clients with the winning edge in construction disputes.

Admissions

Louisiana
U.S. District Court, Eastern, Western and Middle Districts of Louisiana
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi

Memberships

Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Partner Member of the Shipbuilders Council of America

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Contact

(504) 799-0152

jaraujo@grsm.com


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New Orleans

Education

J.D., Tulane Law School, 1999

B.A., Political Science, Rutgers University, 1992

Julie M. Araujo

Partner

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Biography

Julie M. Araujo has over 15 years of experience reviewing, negotiating, drafting and litigating complex commercial contracts, both domestically and internationally. In her role as a transactional lawyer, Ms. Araujo has advised clients in the oil and gas, energy, maritime, construction, shipping and engineering industries with a wide range of contractual relationships, including construction contracts, repair contracts, master service agreements, operating agreements, distribution agreements, equipment and land leases, teaming agreements, charterparties, hold harmless and indemnity contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and many more. With each client, Ms. Araujo is devoted to understanding their core business, their culture, and their goals, in order to better provide each client with tailored, cost-effective legal services and advice. Long-standing clients of the firm frequently call upon Ms. Araujo’s experience and expertise to assist and guide them through their toughest and most financially significant commercial considerations and contractual negotiations.

Ms. Araujo’s transactional experience has given her distinct advantages and insights when she switches to a litigator hat to provide her clients advice and services during times when they may need it most-when they become embroiled in disputes. Ms. Araujo has successfully handled numerous contractual disputes and claims both “out of court” and in various state, federal, international and arbitral forums.

Through her years of representing both contractors and project owners, Ms. Araujo has developed a niche construction disputes practice. Construction project claims involving delay, disruption, loss of productivity, inefficiency, acceleration, compression of schedule, design defects, cumulative impact, and indirect or consequential losses cannot be successfully handle by general practitioners. Ms. Araujo possesses the specialized experience, training and skill which are required to provide her clients with the winning edge in construction disputes.

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Admissions

Louisiana
U.S. District Court, Eastern, Western and Middle Districts of Louisiana
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi

Memberships

Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Partner Member of the Shipbuilders Council of America

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