Hunter is the senior partner of Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South, LLP located in Lake Charles, Louisiana which he founded over 30 years ago. The firm represents clients throughout the United States.
Hunter has been on the Plaintiff’s Steering Committee of many class action and mass tort lawsuits including one in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana which resulted in the relocation of an entire community that had been contaminated with ethylene dichloride.
From 1999 to 2002, Hunter served as lead counsel for more than 5,000 people in Columbus, Mississippi, 3,000 in Bossier City, Louisiana, and 1,000 in Avoca, Pennsylvania, whose health and homes were impacted from toxic chemicals emanating from nearby wood preserving plants. These cases were favorably settled.
Hunter has tried many environmental mass tort and class action cases to verdict. Further, he has tried many commercial and product liability cases to verdict.
Hunter was appointed to the Executive Committee for the MDL, In re Roundup Products Liability Litigation, pending in federal court before Judge Vince Chhabria, United States District Judge for the Northern District of California in San Francisco.
Hunter is a member of the Louisiana and Mississippi State Bars, the Mississippi Association for Justice and the Louisiana Association for Justice where he has served on the Board of Directors since 1996 and the Council of Directors since 1998. Hunter is also a member of the Louisiana Bar Foundation and the American Association of Justice where he has been a member of the Leaders Forum since 2001.