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Man claims Royal Ambassador Housing Development failed to fulfill sale contract on New Orleans property
NEW ORLEANS – A man is seeking damages for a sale that he says was not finalized.
Immovable property owner sues mineral producersLAFAYETTE — An immovable property owner is suing Pardee Minerals LLC, EP Energy, E&P Company LP, Wildhorse Resources II LLC, et al, mineral producers, citing alleged breach of lease agreement.Weyerhaeuser Company filed a complaint on July 3, in the U.S.
BATON ROUGE – Vessel owners allege they suffered $100,000 in damages after the vessel was struck on the Mississippi River.
NEW ORLEANS — A former executive is suing Smitty's Supply Inc., based in Roseland, citing alleged breach of employment agreement.
NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish ophthalmologist alleges his employer failed to timely provide executed partnership papers to him.
NEW ORLEANS – An employer is seeking declaratory judgment regarding maintenance and cure benefits for an injured man.
ALEXANDRIA — Hunters trying to overturn the ban on hunting deer with dogs in the state’s only national forest claim an arbitrary decision affects a tradition they’ve passed on for generations.
NEW ORLEANS – Two real estate firms are petitioning federal court in the Eastern District of Louisiana to confirm an arbitration panel’s award in its favor.
NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana company is suing the owners and insurers of a vessel over allegedly causing an accident on the Mississippi River.
NEW ORLEANS – A manufacturer of various consumer products is seeking declaratory judgment against one of its suppliers over allegedly defective products.
NEW ORLEANS – The owner of a vessel is seeking damages after it claims a collision rendered the ship inoperable.
NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana firm is suing Virginia-based James C. Justice Cos. for allegedly failing to pay for legal work it performed for an ongoing case.
NEW ORLEANS – A Norwegian marine insurance company says a vessel it insured was struck by another craft, resulting in damages estimated at more than $3 million.