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Plaintiff blames ovarian cancer on exposure to talc, manufactured and sold by the defendants

NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans woman is suing a corporation over her exposure to a substance that allegedly led to her developing ovarian cancer.

ING Bank seeks payment of alleged debts owed by barge owner

NEW ORLEANS – An international banking and financial services corporation is suing over allegedly unpaid debts.

Man alleges medical treatment was refused at LPDC

LIVINGSTON – A citizen of Livingston is suing over alleged violations of his Constitutional rights with regards to his arrest and incarceration.

Woman claims she was wrongfully arrested for shoplifting

NEW ORLEANS – A St. Bernard Parish woman is suing over her allegedly wrongful arrest.

Tulane player alleges discrimination because of learning disability

BATON ROUGE – A member of the Tulane University football team and his parents are suing over treatment he allegedly received from members of the athletic department.

Alleged failed blood filter reason for liability lawsuit against C.R. Bard and Bard Peripheral Vascular

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana couple is suing over a defective medical device that continues to cause damage but cannot be removed.

Louisiana real estate business seeks $4 million from PBLS

A Louisiana real estate company is suing a Metairie business to recover monies it alleges are owed for a real estate deal.

Employee alleges Harvey Gulf ignored his health condition

An employee is suing an off-shore company, alleging it did not seek immediate medical attention for the plaintiff.

Covington customer alleges Petite Esplanade does not comply with ADA rules

A Covington woman is suing a local shopping center, alleging lack of handicap accessibility to and within the property.

Alabama produce business alleges Creole R&R has not paid $90,000

An Alabama produce company is suing a Louisiana business, alleging the plaintiff hasn't been paid for the produce it has been delivering.

Freight company seeks $84,000 allegedly owed for shipping ore down Mississippi

A Nashville barge company is suing a Metairie business, alleging the plaintiff has yet to be paid for services rendered.

Diver claims he was injured on the job

A Louisiana man is suing over claims he suffered hyperbaric injury on the job.

Employee says Amtrak guilty of age discrimination

A Jefferson Parish man is suing Amtrak, alleging age discrimination.

Orleans Parish worker alleges French Quarter cafes owe overtime payments

An Orleans Parish man is suing a group of French Quarter restaurant owners, alleging improper minimum wage payments and not making overtime payments.

Disabled woman alleges Walgreens violates ADA standards

A Covington woman is suing Walgreens, alleging lack of handicap access to a building under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Plaintiff seeks repayment of more than $1 million allegedly owed on a promissory note by Psamathe Sands

A Texas company is suing over an unpaid promissory note with an original value of $1 million.

Suit claims defendant didn't pay overtime wages and took servers' tips

A Terrytown man is suing over nonpayment of overtime wages and other unlawful payroll deductions.

Outstanding charge to decommission an oil lease leads to lawsuit by Fieldwood Energy

A Houston company is suing to recover costs it incurred while decommissioning and plugging an underwater oil well.

Worker charges Vacco with discrimination after he was shown hangman's noose

A Terrebonne Parish man is suing over civil rights violations and race discrimination at his workplace. Terence Brooks filed the suit Nov. 9 in U.S.

Roustabout seeks $2 million in damages after being hurt twice on job

A roustabout is suing a deep water drilling company, alleging negligence for two different injuries he sustained at two different times on a work site.