Penny Daigrepont is a partner and head of the firm’s Louisiana Default Practice. She possesses over 17 years of experience in managing all aspects of an end-to-end default services legal practice, representing a diverse portfolio of nationwide creditors across Louisiana. Demonstrating exceptional legal acumen, Penny adeptly safeguards her clients’ interests. Recently, she played a pivotal role as counsel in U.S. Bank v. Owen 22-CA-588, (9/20/23), where her expertise contributed to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to reverse and remand the trial court’s sua sponte judgment.
An active contributor to the legal community, Penny has served as a panelist for the Louisiana State Bar Association, presented seminars with the National Business Institute, and developed numerous client training courses focused on the Louisiana foreclosure process.
Penny is a Loyola University New Orleans College of Law alumna and holds a license to practice in Louisiana. She is admitted to all U.S. District Courts in Louisiana, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. She has been designated as a Foreclosure Commissioner by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is a member of the Judge Jerry A. Brown Louisiana Bankruptcy American Inn of Court.
In addition to her legal qualifications, Penny is a licensed title producer with the Louisiana Department of Insurance and serves as an agent for both Fidelity National Title and First American. She also holds Master’s degrees in Social Work and Healthcare Administration from Tulane University.
Outside of her professional endeavors, Penny enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and whippet. She also enjoys running and gardening.