A group of black farmers from Louisiana and the Mid-South are taking on the largest genetic seed trait manufacturer in the world.
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African-American farmers in Louisiana have faced discrimination for far too long and it ends now, according to Thomas Burrell, president of the Black Farmers and Agriculturalists Association (BFAA).
Attorney Timothy Sansone knows about product liability cases, such as the recent lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana by the mother of minor girl against the makers of a medical device used to control the temperature of patients undergoing cardiac surgeries.
A Pennsylvania corporation has filed a lawsuit claiming that a rehabilitation center has failed to pay for contracted housekeeping and laundry services that it performed.
A panel of Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal judges reversed and remanded a longtime property dispute between a worship center and health science park.
NEW ORLEANS - A mother filed a lawsuit June 25 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, claiming that Sorin Group Deutschland GMBH and Sorin Group USA Inc., which does business as Liva Nova PLC, were to blame for an allegedly faulty medical device that was used on her daughter during heart surgery at the Children's Hospital in New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS – A recent ruling by a federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana in a trademark dispute involving two nonprofit political groups leaves one party paying the other's attorney's fees.
A Louisiana judge has granted two separate motions for summary judgement by defendants for a complaint brought on by a plaintiff and widow who alleges they caused her husband’s death.
A Louisiana Judge has granted a new trial based on the Batson challenge.
Louisiana Judges Eldon Fallon and Michael North have been requested to grant a wrongful death trial by jury over the fatal use of prescription medication.
A Louisiana Judge ruled on motions to dismiss a complaint by combat war veteran, who alleged the wrongful denial of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder coverage.
A federal court denied oil company PXP Gulf Coast LLC's request to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it to recover plugging, abandonment and decommissioning costs.
Data breach rules will officially become stronger in Louisiana August 1.
NEW ORLEANS — After a year and half and more than $10,000, a lumber company has settled a debt with a LaPlace business.
New Orleans-based advocacy lawyer Jay M. O’Brien believes education, private or public, should be funded fairly to every student in the state.
U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman has ruled there will be no time extension for a plaintiff to turn his suit into a class action in a case over claims that a plant released high levels of chloroprene into the air.
A complaint against the state education system has been reversed based on a ruling brought down by four Louisiana Supreme Court judges.
Veterans accounted for around 10 percent of all homeless individuals in Louisiana, according to 2016 data from an annual Housing Urban Development (HUD) report.
A Louisiana justice has dismissed a food poisoning complaint against a big brand grocer.