Recent News About Louisiana Motor Transport Association
Leaders in state's trucking industry endorse Temple in GOP primary challenge for insurance commissioner
Louisiana's Republican Insurance Commissioner is facing a challenge from within his party in this fall's primary, and the Louisiana Motor Transport Association has endorsed his opponent.
Louisiana Motor Transport Association says billboard lawyers are pushing trucking industry out of the state
While a number of industries in Louisiana are struggling, trucking companies being one example, billboard lawyers are another matter entirely.
Louisiana Motor Transport Association executive director laments lack of progress in legislative session
The 2019 Louisiana legislative session was an active one but did not produce as many reforms as the Louisiana Motor Transport Association hoped it would.
A gubernatorial candidate's billboards that take a jab at plaintiff attorneys has potential to resonate with voters who are sick of Louisiana's litigious culture, according to the head of a special-interest group trying to rid the state of lawsuit abuse.
A federal judge has postponed a civil trial in a lawsuit that was filed after the plaintiff submitted an affidavit exercising his Fifth Amendment right to avoid incriminating himself at trial.
Louisiana Motor Transport Association sees need to level the playing field when it comes to tort system reforms
A group of business associations recently hosted a luncheon to discuss the legal climate in the state of Louisiana as well as ways to improve the business scene for local enterprises.