Rodney & Etter supports New Orleans Black Chamber of Commerce

September 20, 2011 - 1 minute read

Janis W. Lemle represented the law firm of Rodney & Etter, LLC at the August 12, 2011 reception welcoming Patrice Williams-Smith as the new Chief Executive of the New Orleans Regional Black Chamber of Commerce (NORBCC).  The Basin Street Station served as an excellent venue to showcase the city and introduce Ms. Williams-Smith to NORBCC members and elected officials who were on hand to greet her and show their support for the new Chief Executive and the organization.

The NORBCC’s mission is “to economically empower and sustain African American communities through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the Greater New Orleans region.”  The organization provides business networking and referral opportunities, and serves as an advocate on issues impacting small businesses within the state of Louisiana, including offering access to government agencies. Rodney & Etter, LLC is a proud member of the NORBCC.

Rodney & Etter, LLC is a leading commercial and civil litigation firm in the south, with a long history of representing minority and female-owned businesses across the nation.  The firm provides legal services to successful minority businesses, including contracts, negotiations, and representation in business litigation.  Firm attorneys Roy Rodney, John Etter, Norlisha Parker Burke, and Janis Lemle look forward to working with Ms. Williams-Smith and other members of the NORBCC in continuing the organizations efforts to support and promote New Orleans and Louisiana businesses.