NEW ORLEANS – Judge Martin Feldman has dismissed a lawsuit petitioning for class-action status, claiming that the allegations were unclear and therefore not worthy of being advanced.
Carrie Bradon News
On April 30, the Pelican Institute published a paper suggesting solutions for Louisiana to rid itself of its classification of a “legal swampland,” through a plan for regulatory reform as well as legal reform.
The Louisiana House of Representatives recently approved a bill which many business interest groups hope will bring lower auto insurance rates to the Pelican State.
In early 2019, the Bayou Bridge Pipeline was the subject of a great deal of controversy as an energy company sought to attain use of private land in order to complete a 163-mile-long pipeline which would bring oil from Texas to Vacherie; now, opponents of the pipeline are seeking to put a hold on the pipeline’s operations.
The City of New Orleans has joined six other parishes alleging that energy companies are to blame for the state's coastal erosion. According to The Advocate, a lawsuit was filed in the Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
Legal watchdog's Venable foresees no winners - other than trial lawyers - in coastal erosion litigation
“It is disappointing that city leaders have decided to engage the City of New Orleans in the fray of coastal lawsuits targeting Louisiana’s job-creating energy industry,” Lana Venable, executive director of Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch, said.
Louisiana is familiar with lawsuits – including those condemning the operations of oil and gas companies – and now the City of New Orleans has joined forces with six parishes that are alleging energy companies are to blame for coastal land loss in the state.
GRETNA – A woman is suing the City of Kenner, alleging that she was caused to fall when a metal chair she was sitting on at a municipal event broke under her.
GRETNA – A woman is suing a department store, alleging she was caused to trip over a clothing rack and injure her wrists.
New Orleans Parish is one of many Louisiana parishes that have recently filed suit against the oil and gas companies, alleging that the industry’s operations are to blame for coastal erosion.
New Orleans Parish and six other parishes throughout the state have filed a lawsuit against Louisiana's oil and gas companies, alleging that their operations are causing coastal erosion.
New Orleans Parish is one of numerous parishes in the state filing lawsuits against the oil and gas companies, alleging that the energy industry’s operations are the leading cause of Louisiana's environmental issues such as coastal erosion.
New Orleans Parish is one of many in the state that has filed a lawsuit against the oil and gas companies, alleging that their operations have been the main contributors to several environmental issues, including the coastal erosion.
GRETNA – A man is suing a pilates training center, alleging he was injured while using one of the establishment's workout machines.
Following the seemingly countless threats against the oil and gas industry of Louisiana, the City of New Orleans has joined with six other parishes filing lawsuits against energy companies, listing allegations of coastal land loss.
GRETNA – A woman is suing Apple, alleging her minor child was shocked when plugging an iPhone in.
GRETNA – A woman is suing a credit union, alleging she was caused to trip and fall over a curb.
GRETNA – A woman is suing Budget Saver, alleging she was caused to slip and fall in a store.
GRETNA – A man is suing his former employer, alleging a mold situation in his former workplace was not remedied and he was terminated unfairly.