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Suit claims First NBC Bank was involved in loan scheme

First NBC Bank, which was recently acquired by Hancock Whitney, still is facing legal challenges.

John W. Stone Oil Distributor alleges it suffered more than $1 million in damages because of vessels

NEW ORLEANS – The owner of an oil storage and transfer facility in Jefferson Parish alleges it was damaged because of two vessels.

Tulane grad, Alabama judge being considered as Scalia replacement

WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump has confirmed that he will choose one of the names on his previously announced “shortlist” of 11 judges to replace U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last February, which includes a judge from the South. 

Roofer diagnosed with mesothelioma alleges former employer was at fault

NEW ORLEANS – A roofer suffering from mesothelioma is seeking damages for alleged exposure to asbestos while on the job.

Study author argues for changes in Louisiana consumer protection law

Changes aimed at curbing the number and breadth of lawsuits must be introduced to prevent the abuse of the current consumer protection law, a study of Louisiana’s consumer protection law concludes.

Business manager accuses UPS of wrongful termination

BATON ROUGE — A longtime employee is suing UPS, alleging it willfully disregarded his federally protected rights.

Buyer of GM SUV seeks rescission of sales contract

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana man who bought an SUV from Capitol Buick is seeking cancellation of the sales contract over alleged defects in materials and workmanship.

Brand Services seeks restraining order against former employee

NEW ORLEANS – A Georgia company is seeking a temporary restraining order and an ex parte seizure order in connection with a lawsuit against a former employee the company claims illegally took confidential company files.

Dispute over $2.5M state project spurs lawsuit

NEW ORLEANS – A Texas company that was brought in to complete a state construction contract is suing the original builders for alleged defects it was required to correct.

Paraplegic man accuses Church’s Fried Chicken of violating ADA

NEW ORLEANS – A St. John the Baptist Parish man who is paralyzed from the waist down says Church’s Fried Chicken is discriminating against him because of his disability.

UPS sued over alleged workplace injury

NEW ORLEANS -A local man is suing his employer after an errant metal pipe pierced his steel toe boot, seriously injuring him.

UPS sued over two hours of unpaid wages

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UPS driver files race and gender discrimination lawsuit

NEW ORLEANS - A driver for United Parcel Service has filed a discrimination lawsuit claiming she was allegedly passed over for training and extra hours due to her race and gender.

UPS sued after cargo falls off of freight truck and hits vehicle

Wilkins NEW ORLEANS - United Parcel Service is sued by a motorist that claims his vehicle was damaged when cargo fell off of a freight truck and struck his car.

UPS sued after cargo falls off of freight truck and hits vehicle

NEW ORLEANS - United Parcel Service is sued by a motorist that claims his vehicle was damaged when cargo fell off of a freight truck and struck his car.

USPS worker sues UPS after package is dropped on her back

NEW ORLEANS - A postal worker has filed a lawsuit against UPS after a worker dropped a package on her back.