NEW ORLEANS -- Six Louisiana people, who sued the company they worked for as a result of a series of labor law violations, have obtained mixed results in court, as two different motions were decided differently.
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NEW ORLEANS – Paint designer Annie Sloan Interiors Ltd. (ASI), which sued the makers of its paints for unfair competition, has obtained a victory in court
NEW ORLEANS -- An insurance company that first sued a steel company for breaching an indemnity agreement regarding the renovation of a New Orleans charter school, and was also being sued for breach of fiduciary duty, has obtained a victory in court
BATON ROUGE -- The makers of a crane, who presented a series of defects that caused an oil company to seek legal action, has obtained a victory in court.
Appeals court reverses decision to dismiss residents' suit blaming Toledo Bend Dam for increased flooding
BATON ROUGE – Louisiana's First Circuit Court of Appeal recently reinstated a lawsuit filed by several residents living along the Sabine River in Vernon and Beauregard parishes who claimed construction of the Toledo Bend Dam resulted in increased flooding to their homes.
BATON ROUGE -- A deceased Livingston Parish man's survivors who sued a woman elected as his power of attorney suffered a loss in the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals.
BATON ROUGE -- Information technology giant Unisys, after having its services to some Louisiana agencies terminated and appealing of the decision, had mixed results coming from court.
NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana Supreme Court recently allowed a disbarred New Orleans-based attorney to be readmitted to the practice law after recovering from alcohol abuse and refraining from billing clients for unperformed work.
NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana recently dismissed a waste pickup worker's claims in a lawsuit alleging excessive force and violations of the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments regarding an attack at the Hurricane Hole resort.
Court grants printing firm's motion to dismiss claim of family leave violation regarding job termination
NEW ORLEANS -- A New Orleans woman who suffered verbal abuse while working at a printing company and lost her job after medical treatment, had a mixed result in court.
NEW ORLEANS – An injury lawsuit filed against the owner of an oil drilling ship by a worker who claimed he was exposed to hazardous substances while at sea was recently dismissed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
KAPLAN – A Kaplan judge has made a public apology after the Louisiana Supreme Court suspended him from practicing law for six months.
NEW ORLEANS -- A former Louisiana State University researcher was granted a writ and had a motion for summary judgment allowed.
NEW ORLEANS -- The decendant of a Belle Chasse construction company has obtained a reverse judgment in a workers compensation case.
NEW ORLEANS -- The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing an apparel retail chain over allegations of discrimination against a pregnant employee.
NEW ORLEANS -- A criminal court clerk had his appeal converted into a supervisory writ in a funding case.
A group of pharmaceutical companies lost an appeal.
NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana Supreme Court recently sent a message to all Louisiana artists when it declared a New Orleans ordinance banning the outdoor sale of art unconstitutional, a lawyer in the case said.
The Housing Authority of Jefferson Parish (HAJP) must pay a former employee accrued vacation and sick time, a federal judge ruled.
A nearly half-million dollar judgment in favor of two brothers injured when an ambulance crashed into their truck was not excessive, an appeals court ruled.