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Transfer of home subject of suit in bankruptcy court

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

BATON ROUGE – A woman seeks the court's help in a dispute over the transfer of a martial home.

Bank seeks repayment of allegedly unpaid auto loan

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

BATON ROUGE – A bank alleges that a woman purchased a car using a loan and did not make payments under claims that the vehicle purchase was fraudulent.

Man alleges individuals fraudulently obtained loan, used for personal expenses

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

NEW ORLEANS – A man alleges his home is being foreclosed on because of a fraudulently obtained mortgage intended for repairs.

Couple alleges they weren't provided a contract for bankruptcy representation

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

SHREVEPORT – A Caddo Parish couple are suing debt relief agencies alleging they failed to comply with bankruptcy code.

Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff's Credit Union seeks repayment of allegedly unpaid loan

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

NEW ORLEANS – A creditor is suing a debtor alleging fraudulent misrepresentation.

U.S. accuses Robeline man of Social Security fraud

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

ALEXANDRIA — The U.S. government unit is suing a Robleine man, alleging Social Security fraud.

U..S government alleges Houma woman falsely claimed Social Security

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

NEW ORLEANS — The U.S. government is suing a Houma woman, alleging negligent misrepresentation.

Financing company alleges equipment renter damaged property

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

SHREVEPORT — A financing and leasing company is suing an equipment rental company, alleging willful and malicious injury.

Restaurant owner alleges Capital One failed to comply with court order

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 5, 2016

NEW ORLEANS — A Covington restaurant owner is suing Capital One, alleging failure to comply with a court order.

Alleged IVC filter defect causes man to seek damages against the manufacturers

By The Louisiana Record | Mar 30, 2016

BATON ROUGE – A man who allegedly faced complications after the implant of a medical device in his body is seeking damages from the manufacturer for the device's alleged defects.

Exxon Mobile alleged to have violated the Clean Air Act

By The Louisiana Record | Mar 8, 2016

BATON ROUGE – Exxon Mobil is facing an enforcement suit from a nonprofit community corporation over alleged environmental violations at one of its chemical plants.

Contractor alleges Southern Wolf Construction violated Fair Labor Standards Act

By The Louisiana Record | Jan 29, 2016

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana contractor is bringing a class-action lawsuit against construction company Southern Wolf Construction, alleging violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Navy serviceman claims asbestos exposure caused mesothelioma

By The Louisiana Record | Dec 10, 2015

NEW ORLEANS – A former U.S. Navy serviceman says he contracted mesothelioma from exposure to asbestos during his eight years of service.

Former crewmember accuses American Patriot’s owners of unsafe working conditions

By The Louisiana Record | Dec 1, 2015

NEW ORLEANS – An ex-seaman and crew member of the marine vessel American Patriot says his employer owes him for injuries he sustained at work.

Eclipse Construction Co. sues contractor for breach of contract

By The Louisiana Record | Nov 20, 2015

A Louisiana-based contractor is being sued by a construction company over claims of a number of violations.

Frankin woman allegedly suffers damage from IUD, sues manufacturer

By The Louisiana Record | Nov 11, 2015

A Franklin woman is suing a pharmaceutical company over alleged personal injury caused by one of their products.

Watts' fraud and identity theft indictment unsealed; Dog was among plaintiffs in BP oil spill litigation

By The Louisiana Record | Nov 4, 2015

GULFPORT, Miss. – David Watts smelled fraud in 41,000 oil spill claims that brother Mikal Watts filed against BP, and so did BP’s claims director and Louisiana attorney regulators, but Mikal Watts turned those claims into $2.3 billion.

35th Judicial District Court reopened after water, power issues

By The Louisiana Record | Oct 28, 2015

COLFAX – The 35th Judicial District Court reopened Tuesday morning following a shutdown on Monday caused by a lack of water and electricity.

Parking Enforcement Agent Faces Altercation with Two Cops

By The Louisiana Record | Oct 8, 2015

In Orleans Parish- A parking enforcement agent says he was beaten and arrested by two cops, and their party, after booting their vehicles.

Apartment complex sued by mother over child’s death

By The Louisiana Record | Oct 6, 2015

NEW ORLEANS – An apartment complex is being sued by a woman who claims her child died due to being electrocuted by exposed wiring.

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