In a victory for Convergys Corp., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit ruled to grant the company’s review following the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) decision that the company violated the National Labor Relations Act.
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Patricia Minaldi, a U.S. district judge in Lake Charles, announced her retirement July 31 and is seeking treatment for severe alcoholism.
The family of Alton Sterling, an African-American man who was killed in an altercation with Baton Rouge police last year, has filed a civil suit against the City of Baton Rouge.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry recently disbanded a special task force that he had set up to fight crime in New Orleans.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently disciplined several attorneys after the Louisiana State Bar's Disciplinary Counsel (ODC) investigated formal complaints against the attorneys.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently suspended Mark Anthony Johnson, a Hahnville attorney, from the practice of law for practicing while ineligible, failing to cooperate with a Louisiana State Bar investigation and driving while intoxicated.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently suspended Johnny S. Anzalone, an Alexandria attorney, following the attorney's convictions for driving while intoxicated.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently suspended Stacy Lynn Morris, a New Orleans attorney, from the practice of law after a Louisiana State Bar investigation determined that she had failed to pay for a client's medical expenses.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently suspended James E. Moorman III, a Covington attorney, for allegedly failing to perform legal services for several clients while he was undergoing addiction treatment.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently suspended Candace Pousson Howay, a Lake Charles attorney, from the practice of law for allegedly using funds paid to her firm to write checks to her cousin and her mother's company.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently upheld a recommendation by the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board’s Office of Disciplinary Counsel (ODC) to place attorney Channing J. Warner on a 366-day suspension.
The Louisiana Supreme Court, at the behest of the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board’s Office of Disciplinary Counsel (ODC), ruled on April 13 to discipline Texas attorney Lance Hac Nguyen.
The Louisiana Supreme Court recently upheld a decision by the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board’s Office of Disciplinary Counsel (ODC) to disbar James Louis Fahrenholtz from the practice of law.
Edward Hebert II, a New Orleans attorney, was recently disbarred by the Louisiana Supreme Court.
TALLAHASSEE — Hollywood, Florida, attorney Carol Lynn Benson Kendall received a suspension from the Florida Supreme Court for allegedly failing to meet the requirements of a previous suspension order.
NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans attorney Romualdo “Romi” Gonzalez was publicly reprimanded by the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board at the recommendation of the Office of Disciplinary Counsel following an investigation into misconduct complaints against the attorney.
BATON ROUGE — Attorney Ashton R. O’Dwyer Jr recently had his license to practice law in Louisiana revoked by the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board.
BATON ROUGE — The Livingston Parish School Board recently voted in a unanimous decision to join a class-action lawsuit against the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development as well as the company responsible for constructing Interstate 12.
BATON ROUGE — A lawsuit alleging that Louisiana regulators discriminated against Vietnamese-owned salon establishments has reached a settlement.
NEW ORLEANS — Former Louisiana Supreme Court Justice Jeannette Knoll recently was presented with the St. Ives Award by the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Alumni Association.