NEW ORLEANS – Two men are suing a recycling company after they were allegedly injured in an incident involving a crane operated on its premises.
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NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans resident is suing a contractor for breach of contract.
NEW ORLEANS - A New Orleans woman is suing a local super market after she was allegedly injured in a slip and fall in a puddle of beer on the store’s floor.
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NEW ORLEANS – An insurance company lost an appeal in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit concerning a bankruptcy and district court’s judgment in favor of a bank.
NEW ORLEANS – A crude oil production company won an appeal at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit concerning a lower court’s judgment in favor of a refinery company.
NEW ORLEANS - A man who filed an age discrimination claim against an aerospace and defense company won part of his appeal in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit concerning a district court’s decision to reduce the amount he received in damages.
NEW ORLEANS - The estate of a former university hospital employee has filed a suit for alleged age discrimination.
NEW ORLEANS – Several property owners filed suits against a state-run insurance company for breach of contract and bad faith claims adjusting after Hurricane Isaac.
NEW ORLEANS - A petroleum engineer has lost an appeal in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit concerning a summary judgment decision by the district court.
NEW ORLEANS –A seaman who was found to have lied about existing back problems when he was hired by an offshore oil rig owner has won an appeal that will not force him to reimburse workers' compensation payments he received when he was injured.
NEW ORLEANS – A 20-year veteran of a county jail in Texas won an appeal against a district court decision that granted summary judgment in favor of his former employer who he alleged wrongfully demoted him and essentially forced him to retire.
NEW ORLEANS - The son of a former employee for companies that transport oil and gas on the Mississippi River is suing, claiming work conditions contributed to his father’s terminal cancer.
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NEW ORLEANS – Two Corpus Christi Police Officers appealed a district court’s decision to deny their motion for summary judgment against claims of excessive force and unlawful arrest. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed the district court’s decision regarding an unlawful-arrest claim, but reversed the decision concerning the excessive-force claim.