Judicial Interest for 2014

In Louisiana, the Commissioner of Financial Institutions is charged with the responsibility of determining the judicial interest rate for the upcoming calendar year. For 2014, the rate of judicial interest is four percent (4.00%). The following is a historical list of judicial interest rates for the past fourteen years:

  • 2000  -  7.285%
  • 2001  -  8.241%
  • 2002  -  5.75%
  • 2003  -  4.5%
  • 2004  -  5.25%
  • 2005  -  6.00%
  • 2006  -  8.00%
  • 2007  -  9.50%
  • 2008  -  8.50%
  • 2009  -  5.50%
  • 2010  -  3.75%
  • 2011  -  4.00%
  • 2012  -  4.00%
  • 2013  -  4.00%

Adam P. Sanderson
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Adam Sanderson’s litigation practice includes both trial and appellate experience in federal maritime law and general commercial litigation. He also represents employers defending workers' compensation claims under state law and the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act. Adam can be reached by telephone at 504-595-3000, or via e-mail at asanderson@mblb.com.
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