William Langenstein to serve on the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New OrleansPosted on Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 | Posted in Acknowledgements & Press Releases
William Langenstein featured in a recent article for New Orleans City Business, entitled “Langenstein joins Port of New Orleans board”
From New Orleans City Business
William Langenstein III has been appointed to serve on the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans.
Langenstein will replace Michael Kearney as one of four Orleans Parish representatives on the board. Kearney, whose term ended in December, served a five-year term. Kearney is president and owner of The Kearney Companies Inc., a New Orleans-based third-party logistics company.
According to a port spokesman, Langenstein’s swearing-in date has yet to be scheduled.
The board, which governs the Port of New Orleans, sets policies and regulates traffic and commerce of the port. It has seven commissioners who are unsalaried and serve five-year staggered terms. The governor appoints board members from a list of three nominees submitted by 19 local business, civic, labor, education and maritime groups, according to the port’s website.
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About William Langenstein III
Langenstein serves in Chaffe McCall’s New Orleans office as a member of the firm’s Taxation, Corporate & Real Estate, and Business Law sections. He is a board-certified tax attorney who focuses on estate planning, real estate, commercial lending, corporate law, venture capital work, transactional and tax law. He is also a licensed title insurance agent.
William H. Langenstein