The City of Ville Platte and its police department are facing a lawsuit involving the alleged actions of its City Marshall Deputy Arthur Phillips.
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Despite ruling by U.S. Court of Appeals for Fifth Circuit, oil companies in Louisiana fear future lawsuits
Despite a recent victory in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, the Louisiana oil and gas industry still faces the threat of new litigation from state and local governments.
A New Orleans Pelicans player has entered the final stages of arbitration with his former team.
A Baton Rouge-based lawyer who has been cleared of involvement in his wife's murder is going forward with a series of lawsuits against the Baton Rouge Police Department (BRPD), the local district attorney's office and People Magazine.
MORGAN CITY — A Louisiana state representative attributes the state's slow job recovery to its backlog of legacy lawsuits against the oil industry.
NEW ORLEANS — A nationwide women's organization is suing Dillard University, alleging failure to protect female students from rape and sexual harassment.
NEW ORLEANS — An intellectual-property lawsuit has failed to stop the Mystic Krewe of Nyx from celebrating Mardi Gras by throwing T-shirts during the parade.
LAFAYETTE — Three Lafayette residents are accusing the Ville Platte Police Department of violating their constitutional rights — and their lawyer wants to see better treatment for all the area's citizens through a lawsuit.
LIVINGSTON — A storm of controversy is surrounding the role a Louisiana expressway median may have played in the damage caused by 2016 flooding,
ORLANDO – A lawsuit alleging that insurance companies, including State Farm, are pressuring auto body and repair shops to use substandard parts hit the skids in the 11th Circuit Court.