NEW ORLEANS – A seaman alleges he was injured twice in one year while working aboard a vessel.
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SHREVEPORT – The owner of a property in Bienville Parish alleges that a permit to construct a barrier has been unlawfully withheld.
Close to 2,000 Louisiana students eligible for refunds after multi-state settlement with Corinthian Colleges
BATON ROUGE, La. (Legal Newsline) – Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry announced April 21 that close to 2,000 students in the state who attended Corinthian Colleges Inc. schools between 2010 and 2014 may be eligible for loan forgiveness.
NEW ORLEANS – A disabled student attending a charter school in New Orleans alleges she was not provided reasonable modifications.
NEW ORLEANS – A Houma business is alleged to have failed to pay for equipment.
NEW ORLEANS – A St. Tammany Parish man and his family have filed suit against his employer and a barge owner after he was allegedly injured on the job.
PHILADELPHIA (Legal Newsline) - The Washington Legal Foundation is among those groups calling on a federal appeals court to overturn a lower court’s decision that, they argue, would undermine class-wide settlements by permitting plaintiff states to file copycat lawsuits despite benefiting from a settlement.
SHREVEPORT – A Georgia shareholder for a Bienville Parish corporation alleges the corporation has not acknowledged his withdrawal notification or to purchase his offered shares.
NEW ORLEANS – A surety company is suing a school board for expenses it allegedly incurred during the construction of an arts center.
BATON ROUGE – A Minnesota surety company alleges it suffered damages of more than $2 million to represent a Mississippi company and its owner in court.
NEW ORLEANS – A Mississippi man has filed suit against a St. Bernard Sheriff's Office employee after an accident in Mississippi.
NEW ORLEANS — The U.S. government has filed suit against a nutraceutical company and its president for alleged misappropriation of likeness and violation of federal law after manufacturing and selling a cold sore treatment product without U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval.
NEW ORLEANS — An individual assistance reservist with FEMA has filed suit against her employer for alleged wrongful termination and violating federal law after she was relieved of her position following a deployment.
NEW ORLEANS — An African-American employee has filed a complaint against his former employer for alleged racial discrimination.
NEW ORLEANS — A counselor has filed suit against her former employer for allegedly violating workers compensation acts.
LAFAYETTE — A product manager has filed suit against his former employer for alleged disability discrimination.
ALEXANDRIA — A former school principal has filed suit against a school district for alleged disability discrimination.
NEW ORLEANS — A consumer has filed suit against an RV dealer for alleged breach of implied warranty.
NEW ORLEANS — New York corporations are suing a shipbuilder, citing alleged breach of contract and breach of warranty.