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GRETNA – The State of Louisiana is seeking damages for sums due of more than $66,000.
GRETNA – The State of Louisiana is seeking more than $79,000 in sums due.
Owners of a 38-acre portion of land in the Atchafalaya Basin are infuriated as their land is now being challenged, not by the government, but by a pipeline company, a posting on katc.com said.
Coastal suits threaten a key job creator in state, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry says
After a series of coastal lawsuits was filed against the gas and oil industry in Louisiana, an attempt in October by the Plaquemines Parish Council fell one vote shy of the tally needed to withdraw from the lawsuits, and the battle may be far from over.
The Louisiana Chemical Association is awaiting the outcome of a lawsuit that has been filed by plaintiffs who are alleging the LaPlace chemical plant is causing health complications for those who live in the range of its emissions.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages for a fall at Audubon Nature Institute.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking more than $78,000 on an unpaid mortgage.
GRETNA – A credit union is seeking more than $12,000 in sums due.
GRETNA – A credit union is seeking over $14,000.
GRETNA – A funding company is seeking more than $3,800 in sums due.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages for an injury on a cruise ship.
NEW ORLEANS – A community college is seeking damages for sums due.
A parent of a student at Fifth Ward Elementary School in Reserve is suing the St. John the Baptist School Board, alleging that their child's safety is in danger due to the proximity of the school to the LaPlace chemical plant owned by Denka Performance Elastomer, an article posted on theadvocate.com said.
Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association says Plaquemines Parish wants jobs, not coastal lawsuits
Following a brutal battle which ended with the Plaquemines Parish choosing to withdraw from a coastal lawsuit against the energy industry, it seems plausible that the lawsuit may be far from over.
Coastal lawsuits filed against the gas and oil industries in Louisiana may not be over despite one of the parish councils involved in the suits, Plaquemines Parish Council, indicated it favored withdrawing from the litigation last month.
Louisiana Association of Business and Industry sees need to compromise in Bayou Bridge Pipeline dispute
A group of landowners has filed a lawsuit alleging Bayou Bridge Pipeline has trespassed on their properties and the land has been damaged without their consent; the group also claims that corporations should not be allowed to expropriate privately owned land through eminent domain, an article posted on courthousenews.com said.