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Bringing the legal system to light. Our weekly newsletter sheds light on the lawsuits, people, and organizations that continually clog the legal system in Louisiana.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit has ruled to reverse a district court’s judgment preventing Industrial Maritime Carriers’ in rem action toward an ocean carrier and otherwise affirm the judgment.
Home health care firm Amedisys Inc. has agreed to pay $43.8 million to settle a federal lawsuit that involved the company allegedly engaging in Medicare fraud.
In a recent whistle-blower case, the U.S Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit broadened the Louisiana Environmental Whistle-Blower Act's definition of
A transgender woman has filed a federal lawsuit after allegedly being brutally beaten and raped by inmates in Tangipahoa Parish Prison last year.
Judge Sharon Ingram Marchman is running for a seat on the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal.
A staffing company and the federal government is settling a case with a woman who sued last year over hiring discrimination.
A Baton Rouge judge recently allowed a man convicted of child molestation to be released from prison so he could care for his ailing mother.
A Louisiana state trooper has filed a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife and a judge for allegedly making false claims about him in election ads.
BATON ROUGE — A Baton Rouge construction development executive is suing the state of Louisiana and an auditor for allegedly accusing him of mismanaging funds simply because he is black.
The mother of a 19-year-old who hanged himself in a hospital last year is now suing the Louisiana Department of Health and nine staff members for failing to prevent her son's death.
Harry Morel, the former St. Charles Parish district attorney, is being sued by the mother of one of his alleged sexual extortion victims.