BATON ROUGE (Legal Newsline) — Gov. John Bel Edwards recently signed a bill that allows Louisiana courts to take judicial notice of laws in other states.
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Data breach rules will officially become stronger in Louisiana August 1.
The State of Louisiana is seeking more than $150,000 from a Jefferson Parish resident.
State of Louisiana is seeking more than $150,000 from two individuals who allegedly misused grant money
The State of Louisiana is seeking more than $150,000 in sums due, claiming that two individuals misused a grant.
An individual claims that a driver employed by the State of Louisiana was negligent.
The State of Louisiana is seeking to forfeit property.
A panel of judges for the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal has affirmed a summary judgment in favor of the State of Louisiana, Louisiana State University Agricultural and Mechanical College, Earl K. Long Medical Center (EKL) and Stratos Elevator Inc. in a case involving a misfunctioning elevator.
NEW ORLEANS – The State of Louisiana claims it is owed more than $109,000 from a resident.
Louisiana appellate court rules state not vicariously liable for deadly car crash involving city marshal
Louisiana's Third Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a motion for summary judgment against the state, finding that it is not vicariously responsible for a car accident that injured four and killed one.
NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District has filed suit over allegedly defective roof coating applied to the Superdome.
NEW ORLEANS – The State of Louisiana is seeking damages for an alleged breach of contract involving post-Katrina recovery funds.
NEW ORLEANS – The State of Louisiana is seeking damages against a women who allegedly failed to pay back a disaster recovery grant issued following Hurricane Katrina.
NEW ORLEANS – The State of Louisiana claims that a couple failed to follow the rules outlined for a home improvement grant.
A dispute over air-quality designations has direct ties to economic prosperity in Louisiana, according to a Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) administrator.
A man is being sued for failing to pay back the State of Louisiana for a grant he allegedly was given
A state grant was allegedly not used for the right purpose.
The State of Louisiana is seeking damages for an open account on a government grant.
A man is being sued for allegedly failing to use government funds for their intended purpose.
After lawyers challenged a Louisiana abortion law and won, they demanded the state pay it $4.7 million.
The State of Louisiana is now investigating whether Baton Rouge Police Officers Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II acted lawfully in the shooting of Alton Sterling on July 5, 2016 after a federal investigation concluded Sterling's civil rights had not been violated.
CORRECTION: Health Education Authority of Louisiana director claims attempts to fire him were racially motivated, sues state
BATON ROUGE — A former director of the Health Education Authority of Louisiana has sued the state, claiming that attempts to terminate his employment occurred under racial pretense.