Greg Mier

Greg Mier received his law degree in 1996 from Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, where he served as Editor of the Loyola Law Review.  He is a registered patent attorney and provides legal services to local, regional (Alexandria, Lake Charles, Monroe, Morgan City, Shreveport), national, and international clients in the areas of Intellectual Property Law, Immigration Law, and General Business Law.

Greg is active in the legal community and is a member of the following organizations: American Intellectual Property Law Association, American Immigration Lawyer’s Association, Federal Bar Association, Louisiana State Bar Association, Lafayette Parish Bar Association, and Texas A&M Bar Association.

Before attending law school, Greg received a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, after which he was employed for seven years as a chemical engineer with Eastman Kodak in Longview, Texas.

After attending law school, Greg was a shareholder and a member of the Onebane Law Firm for twenty-two years, from 1996 to 2018.

Angie Hebert

Angie Hebert has been in the legal profession for nearly 20 years. She began her career as a legal secretary prior to becoming a Paralegal. She has experience in multiple areas of law, including immigration, intellectual property, labor and employment, family law, real estate, and commercial business matters.

Angie obtained her Paralegal certificate from Southwest Paralegal College in Lafayette, Louisiana, in 1998. Angie has been a member of the Lafayette Paralegal Association since 2014. Angie was a member of the Onebane Law Firm for 19 years.

Angie has been married to her husband, Charles, for 20 years. Angie and Charles have teenage twin daughters. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, fishing, tending to her farm, and watching her daughters play soccer.