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Maritime company alleges breach of contract

By The Louisiana Record | Mar 18, 2015

A shipowner is suing an international shipping company over its alleged failure to pay for leasing and other services. SPV I filed a lawsuit Feb. 16 in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana against Daebo International Shipping Co. and Shinhan Capital Co. According to the complaint, SPV and Daebo entered into an agreement Oct. 15, 2014, which leased the ship Kacey to Daebo for 70

Jefferson Parish woman sues drugmakers over Xarelto

By The Louisiana Record | Mar 16, 2015

A Louisiana woman has sued the makers of the stroke prevention drug Xarelto after allegedly suffering unexpected and serious complications.

Rig worker sues employer for damages alleged in injury

By The Louisiana Record | Mar 16, 2015

A St. Landry Parish resident brought suit against an offshore drilling company claiming negligence.

Couple sues industrial firm for workplace accident

By The Louisiana Record | Mar 10, 2015

A Mississippi couple brought a lawsuit against an oil company for alleged negligence.

Louisiana man sues in Cyclone RV purchase

By The Louisiana Record | Mar 6, 2015

The buyer of a Cyclone recreational vehicle has sued its makers and dealer for alleged improper handling of the warranty guarantees.

Federal judge dismisses massive suit against oil and gas companies by flood protection board

By The Louisiana Record | Feb 16, 2015

U.S. Federal Judge Nannette Jolivette BrownNEW ORLEANS – A federal judge has dismissed a case brought on behalf of a local flood protection authority looking to pin billions of dollars worth of coastal land loss on oil and energy exploration activities.U.S. District Judge Nannette Jolivette Brown ruled on Friday in favor of dismissing the landmark lawsuit first filed over a year and a half ago on behalf

Medical equipment supplier sued after Medicaid requests $157K from clinic for using ineligible equipment

By The Louisiana Record | Jul 30, 2014

GRETNA – A local ophthalmologist and the clinic where he works are suing a medical equipment company they allege told them they could bill Medicaid for the use of a machine, which was actually ineligible for billing.

Local golf club sued by woman who allegedly tripped on rebar sticking out of sidewalk

By The Louisiana Record | Oct 18, 2013

GRETNA – A Kenner golf club is being sued by a woman who claims she was injured after tripping on a defective sidewalk.

IHOP sued after customer slips on freshly mopped floor

By The Louisiana Record | Aug 23, 2013

NEW ORLEANS - The IHOP restaurant on Belle Terre Boulevard in Laplace is being sued by a customer who slipped and fell due to a wet floor.

Porter Industries sued over slip and fall incident

By The Louisiana Record | Apr 9, 2013

NEW ORLEANS – A Jefferson Parish woman is blaming two companies for a slip and fall incident.

Lexus dealership sued by woman whose wheel fell off car after maintenance

By The Louisiana Record | Jan 31, 2013

GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish woman is suing a local car dealership she claims improperly serviced her car, which resulted in her wheel falling off while she was driving.

Vitter: Finally, An End To Legacy Lawsuit Abuse

By The Louisiana Record | Nov 19, 2012

U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) In Louisiana, we understand the challenge to increase offshore oil and gas production often gets the spotlight in the media. But, there has been another struggle for the oil and gas industry, largely behind the scenes, that is also vital for job creation — cleaning up legacy lawsuit abuse in Louisiana.

Port of New Orleans files TRO over tax sale of property

By The Louisiana Record | Nov 8, 2012

John J. Weiler NEW ORLEANS – The Port of New Orleans has filed a temporary restraining order against the City of New orleans for trying to sell buildings in its possession to settle alleged back taxes on those properties.

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