Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch (LLAW), a non-partisan watchdog group, says that voters should pay attention to the voting records of lawmakers and see which ones are truly looking out for their best interests.
A conservative political action committee has targeted three state lawmakers – including one Republican – over what the group says is the legislators' failure to lower auto insurance rates for Louisiana drivers.
Will this fall's state legislature election be a turning point for tort reform in Louisiana? That's a question legal observers are asking after a session in which no new bills addressing auto insurance lawsuits, attorney advertising or other legal reforms advanced.
A list of 17 law firms hired to help Louisiana's litigation against opioid manufacturers leads to a question about if it is right for politically connected attorneys to handle lawsuits on the state's behalf.
NEW ORLEANS – New Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Nicole Sheppard recently ruled that a damage suit against the NFL regarding the "no-call" in last season's controversial New Orleans Saints playoff game against Los Angeles Rams can proceed.