Luke has litigated antitrust as well as class action and civil RICO matters. Luke has deep experience in all phases of litigation, from initial dispositive motions, through discovery, trial, and appeal. His experience includes federal and state litigation as well as administrative proceedings and arbitration. Luke also has significant federal appellate experience having briefed and argued numerous matters before state and federal appellate courts, and he has represented clients in government investigations. 

Following law school, Luke clerked for three federal judges: Kermit E. Bye of the Eighth Circuit, Manuel L. Real of the Central District of California, and Robert G. James of the Western District of Louisiana. After completing his clerkship on the Eighth Circuit, Luke moved to private practice, working for Kanner & Whiteley in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Robins Kaplan in Minneapolis, Minnesota before joining Bona Law as a partner. He also served as special counsel for the Louisiana’s Attorney General in healthcare litigation involving the State of Louisiana.

Luke believes his experience as a litigator and trial lawyer benefits all areas of his practice by bringing a disciplined focus on the relevant issues and facts from the early stages of any matter. This focus leads not only to the most effective, but also efficient, resolution of the problem his client is facing.