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NEW ORLEANS – The alleged exclusion of a ramp or handicap-accessible entrance at an office is the subject of a lawsuit between a disabled citizen and the property owners.
NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana musical producer and a production are suing Cash Money Records and Young Money Entertainment, claiming they were never paid for 16 recordings they produced under contract.
LAFAYETTE – An East Baton Rouge Parish man says his employer, Moncla Marine, is liable for injuries he allegedly suffered while working aboard one of its rigs.
NEW ORLEANS – A man alleges his former employer, HD Supply, fired him after he was injured on the job.
NEW ORLEANS – A deckhand who allegedly suffered severe injuries to his hand is now filing a suit against his employers.
NEW ORLEANS – A man says American Commercial Barge Line, his ex-employer, is liable for injuries he suffered at work.
MONROE – A Downsville resident is asking the court to nullify a noncompete agreement she has with her former employer.
NEW ORLEANS – The surviving children of woman allege the state board of medical examiners interfered with their mother’s back pain treatment, contributing to her death.
NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana man claims his former employer, Bailey Support Services, and a vessel where he worked are liable for his on-the-job injuries.
LAFAYETTE – A Missouri woman claims her former employer, Southern Industrial Mechanical Maintenance Co., discriminated against her based on her gender and because she became pregnant.