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Federal judge keeps investment group's case alive in $3.4 million case against restaurant developer

By Karen Kidd | Apr 26, 2018

NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — A federal judge recently tossed out parts of a real estate investment group's multimillion dollar breach of contract lawsuit against a Florida developer for allegedly misrepresenting the profit potential of Margaritaville restaurants in New Orleans and in Minnesota.

Louisiana high court's eminent-domain decision could affect future government actions, lawyer says

By Karen Kidd | Feb 14, 2018

A split Louisiana Supreme Court finding St. Bernard Parish's 2010 seizure of a private port along the Mississippi River lawful could encourage aggressive government takings, an attorney in the case and a dissenting justice said.

New Orleans lifts stun gun ban

By Mike Helenthal | May 21, 2017

While stun guns are now legal for New Orleans residents to carry thanks to a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, other non-lethal weapons are still banned in the city.

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