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Ophthalmologist alleges Retina Specialty Institute did not provide partnership papers

Michael Abella Feb. 6, 2017, 5:33am

NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish ophthalmologist alleges his employer failed to timely provide executed partnership papers to him.

Galliano Marine Service LLC seeks judgment over maintenance and cure benefits

Michael Abella Dec. 27, 2016, 9:52am

NEW ORLEANS – An employer is seeking declaratory judgment regarding maintenance and cure benefits for an injured man.

Hunters ask court to lift the ban on dog-deer hunting in Kisatchie National Forest

Taryn Phaneuf May 27, 2016, 10:01am

ALEXANDRIA — Hunters trying to overturn the ban on hunting deer with dogs in the state’s only national forest claim an arbitrary decision affects a tradition they’ve passed on for generations.

Real estate firms petition court to confirm arbitration award

Robert Hadley Mar. 19, 2016, 3:48pm

NEW ORLEANS – Two real estate firms are petitioning federal court in the Eastern District of Louisiana to confirm an arbitration panel’s award in its favor.

Entergy sues the Laurie S. Johnston over alleged damages from river accident

Annie Hunt Mar. 14, 2016, 5:20pm

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana company is suing the owners and insurers of a vessel over allegedly causing an accident on the Mississippi River.

Manufacturer of Target beanbag chairs seeks judgment against supplier

Hoang Tran Feb. 22, 2016, 6:23pm

NEW ORLEANS – A manufacturer of various consumer products is seeking declaratory judgment against one of its suppliers over allegedly defective products.

Company alleges ship was damaged in collision with towboat

Hoang Tran Feb. 2, 2016, 3:04pm

NEW ORLEANS – The owner of a vessel is seeking damages after it claims a collision rendered the ship inoperable.

Phelps Dunbar accuses clients of failing to pay for legal services

Robert Hadley Dec. 17, 2015, 2:46pm

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana firm is suing Virginia-based James C. Justice Cos. for allegedly failing to pay for legal work it performed for an ongoing case.

Norwegian insurer accuses U.S. boat owners of negligence in million-dollar collision

Robert Hadley Nov. 30, 2015, 11:20am

NEW ORLEANS – A Norwegian marine insurance company says a vessel it insured was struck by another craft, resulting in damages estimated at more than $3 million.