Sen. Robert Adley, R-Benton
Louisiana Attorney General News
Louisiana Attorney General James "Buddy" Caldwell
Don Briggs, President, Louisiana Oil and Gas Association
Melissa Landry, executive director of Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch
James D. "Buddy" Caldwell, Louisiana Attorney General BATON ROUGE – The state attorney general has sued a Jefferson Parish-based online retailer after complaints that the owner was fraudulently running an infant and young girls' dress store.
Caldwell BATON ROUGE - Eight drug makers have settled fraud charges brought by Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell for a combined $38 million.
Landry The motivation of any outside legal counsel working on behalf of the state must be in line with the attorney general's sworn duty to protect and serve the people. The taxpayers and citizens of Louisiana deserve nothing less.
Caldwell NEW ORLEANS (Legal Newsline) - Drug maker GlaxoSmithKline has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Louisiana Attorney General James "Buddy" Caldwell over his hiring of private attorneys in a case against the company.
Nungesser A New Orleans-based law firm is suing a parish president for providing legal services that allegedly went unpaid.
Caldwell NEW ORLEANS – Louisiana attorney general Buddy Caldwell, exiled from Deepwater Horizon litigation just last month, returns in triumph.
Strange NEW ORLEANS – Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange, who displaced Louisiana attorney general Buddy Caldwell as Louisiana's lawyer in Deepwater Horizon litigation, aims to take charge of an appeal that Louisiana parishes filed.
Caldwell The State of Louisiana has complied with a federal judge's order to turn over documents relating to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill and will not face thousands of dollars in daily fines or dismissal of its claims.
Ieyoub Former Louisiana Attorney General Richard Ieyoub has filed a federal class action suit against the social networking site Facebook on behalf of a woman who says the site improperly tracks users' web browsing.
A Broward County District Judge has issued an order allowing Florida residents with claims in the multidistrict litigation surrounding Chinese drywall to opt out of a $53 million settlement and pursue claims in state court.
Herman Attorneys for a group of Florida plaintiffs involved in Chinese drywall litigation have announced their clients are opting out of a recently proposed $54.5 million settlement and will seek damages individually.
Herman U.S. District Judge Eldon Fallon has given preliminary approval to a $55 million settlement between plaintiffs and a Florida-based Chinese drywall supplier.