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Judge rules Lil Wayne must settle with Cash Money Records CEO before Universal suit can proceed

Dawn Geske Aug. 19, 2016, 7:11pm

NEW ORLEANS – A rapper’s lawsuit against a music company has been put on hold until he settles disputes with another label.

Law clerk files suit against lawyers, claiming defamation

Robert Lawson Aug. 17, 2016, 9:31am

MONROE — A court clerk is filing suit against three attorneys in Louisiana, alleging they made false accusations against her in court through lawsuits. 

New Orleans company sues over alleged Hand Grenade drink infringement

Chandra Lye Jul. 25, 2016, 4:04pm

New Orleans’ Tropical Isle has filed a complaint against a North Carolina company claiming the company has been making its trademark Hand Grenade drink.

Glencore-owned firms accused of manipulating zinc market by falsifying documents in NOLA

Michelle de Leon Jun. 28, 2016, 4:17pm

NEW YORK – Executives of two firms owned by Glencore Plc. face a private antitrust lawsuit over allegations that they ordered workers to falsify documents in New Orleans, which resulted in monopoly and price manipulation of the zinc market.

Family of Zachary man sue Baton Rouge police; want great awareness of taser dangers

Karen Kidd Jun. 27, 2016, 11:30am

BATON ROUGE – Legal counsel for the parents of a 32-year-old Zachary man who died after being tased by Baton Rouge police last summer must show that the tasing was "the substantial cause" of his death to prevail in the lawsuit against the city's police department, a New Orleans attorney said.

Judiciary Commission of Louisiana adds new member using unique selection process

Karen Kidd Jun. 24, 2016, 9:36am

NEW ORLEANS – Breaux Bridge educator Ashley Gary Higginbotham is the newest member of the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana, the state's judicial disciplinary agency, which has a unique method for adding members compared to similar agencies in other states.

Class actions brewing in state over Johnson & Johnson baby powder and cancer

Andrew Burger Jun. 23, 2016, 7:57pm

NEW ORLEANS – A local attorney and legal watchdog organization both expect to see class-action lawsuits filed in the state over allegations that Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products cause ovarian cancer. 

Local attorney compares Angola death row to POW hot boxes

Dawn Brotherton Jun. 21, 2016, 2:49pm

NEW ORLEANS—U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson questions why the state has spent more than $1 million fighting to prevent air conditioning from being installed at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.