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Auto insurance rates are dropping across Louisiana, a recent announcement from the insurance commissioner states, but the decreases are unrelated to the need for reform, much to the dismay of certain groups.
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The City of New Orleans is joining six parishes in a lawsuit alleging that the oil and gas industries are to blame for the coastal erosion that is eating away at the state’s coastline.
According to a Fox News report, Louisiana lawmakers plan to address the state's notoriously high auto-insurance rates in the next legislative session.
The state's business community is eager to implement judicial-review measures following a summit hosted by Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch (LLAW) and other special-interest groups.
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According to a recent article by The Advocate, Louisiana -- which has long been known as "a judicial hellhole" -- is struggling amid a flood of auto insurance lawsuits.
A coalition of business associations recently gathered to discuss what they believe to be a worsening legal climate in the state of Louisiana
In a recent article by Lana Sonnier Venable of Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch (LLAW) posted on dailycaller.com explained the dire situation of the legal system in Louisiana and the need for reform.
Coastal suits threaten a key job creator in state, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry says
After a series of coastal lawsuits was filed against the gas and oil industry in Louisiana, an attempt in October by the Plaquemines Parish Council fell one vote shy of the tally needed to withdraw from the lawsuits, and the battle may be far from over.
Louisiana Association of Business and Industry sees need to compromise in Bayou Bridge Pipeline dispute
A group of landowners has filed a lawsuit alleging Bayou Bridge Pipeline has trespassed on their properties and the land has been damaged without their consent; the group also claims that corporations should not be allowed to expropriate privately owned land through eminent domain, an article posted on courthousenews.com said.