NEW ORLEANS - A woman claims a high-tech medical device implanted in her left buttock leaked battery acid, causing discomfort including redness, pain and swelling in the area of the implant.
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana News
NEW ORLEANS – While working at a dry cleaners in Metarie, a worker was continually harassed and was the object of insulting comments concerning her race and national origin, according to a complaint filed by the EEOC in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
NEW ORLEANS – A Jefferson Parish family of three is suing The Walt Disney Co. after finding bedbugs in their hotel room.
NEW ORLEANS — A Lousiana court has denied a state-owned housing company's request to be exempted from an appeal bond that requires it put up money as collateral while an appeal matter is being decided.
Court finds no evidence that former employee was discriminated against in being denied promotions
NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana recently cleared the way for a jury to hear a civil case filed by a switchman for the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad who was injured while moving railcars.
NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana recently agreed to toss out several claims by a Cut Off company that is suing two former employees in an alleged payroll scheme.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — Longtime Shreveport attorney Norman R. Gordon, sued about three years ago by a former client who alleged he was misled into a bad settlement, has been voluntarily placed on disability inactive status following an Aug. 7 Louisiana Supreme Court order.
A federal judge blocked a New Orleans food hall from using the St. Roch Market name for other restaurants around the United States.
NEW ORLEANS – A Michigan-based steel importer and two insurance companies are suing three barge owners for more than $250,000, claiming they mishandled and damaged a shipment of steel.
Delaware company files breach of contract and open account claim against Voelkel McWilliams Construction
A civil action lawsuit was filed in the Eastern District of Louisiana’s U.S. District Court on Aug. 2 seeking payment for the remainder of a contract as well as property damages against a Mandeville, Louisiana general contractor.
NEW ORLEANS – The lawsuit, filed by Golden Eagle Line Shipping, claims damages of more than a half-million dollars.
NEW ORLEANS — Lexon Insurance Co. is seeking to retrieve more than $2 million in surety bonds after Baby Oil, a Louisiana oil and gas producer, filed for bankruptcy in 2017, according to court documents.
Change of venue from U.S. District Court to a Louisiana Civil Court granted in Joseph Brazan vs. Lamorak Insurance Company
NEW ORLEANS - A change of venue from the United States District Court Eastern District of Louisiana to the Civil District Court for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana was granted in civil action involving an asbestos exposure claim resulting in a diagnosis of malignant mesothelioma by Joseph Brazan against the Lamorak Insurance Company in a ruling signed by Chief Judge Nanette Jolivette Brown on July 26.
NEW ORLEANS –The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana recently granted parts of several motions to dismiss claims against a Slidell police officer and the city's former police chief in tort suit regarding allegations of sexual assault.
NEW ORLEANS – UTC Labs, formerly known as Renaissance Rx, is again facing legal problems after being sued for breach of contract.
An employee failed to prove his employer was negligent after a fall on the job , which required him to have several surgeries.
Homeowners who claim they were misled regarding their insurance policy were granted their motion to remand the case to state court recently.
Judge rules that the case should never have been removed to federal court in first place.
Judge agrees to transfer dispute over soil contamination cleanup in Metairie to federal court in Illinois
NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana recently ruled that a soil contamination case involving KFC and Iron Rooster can be transferred to the federal court in Illinois.