GRETNA – Wells Fargo Bank filed a complaint on Nov. 16 in the 24th Judicial District Court against Robert W. Leslie and Alexis Guidry Leslie.
GRETNA – Gladys S. Gautreaux filed a complaint on Nov. 6 in the 24th Judicial District Court against West Jefferson Medical Center and Emery Minnard, M.D., after allegedly suffering an allergic reaction to a doctor-ordered treatment prior to surgery.
GRETNA – Marcia R. Toca filed a complaint on Nov. 7 in the 24th Judicial District Court against Coffer Properties and Lauren McGinnis.
A cruise ship company faces a lawsuit over the alleged nonpayment of services from a satellite communications provider.
A man's injury at a Metairie shopping mall prompted a recent lawsuit.
A cab driver's negligence caused a car accident, another motorist claims in court.
A shareholder accuses two companies of damaging her stocks' value in a recent lawsuit.
A Walgreens in Harvey faces a lawsuit over alleged injuries caused by sliding doors.
Following the threat of a climate lawsuit by groups that claimed energy companies were contributing to the state's coastal erosion, Gifford Briggs, the president of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association, penned a response to the Plaquemines Parish Council.
Appeals court orders new trial for suit claiming land sold in West Baton Rouge Parish was contaminated
BATON ROUGE – A Louisiana marketing firm recently won a new trial on appeal regarding their lawsuit claiming they were sold contaminated land by a oil and gas company.
Judge denies motion to dismiss some claims in dispute over MRI equipment at Metairie medical facility
NEW ORLEANS – A medical equipment company that sold a Metairie medical facility a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) package that allegedly doesn't work, despite several years of installation, remains fully on the hook in the medical facility's federal lawsuit.
NEW ORLEANS – Thirteen residents who claim a nearby LaPlace chemical plant is threatening their health can move forward with their lawsuit following a recent U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana decision not throw their case out.
Vermilion Parish judge, Lafayette attorney receive deferred suspensions in separate Supreme Court filings
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) – A judge in Vermilion Parish received a partially deferred suspension and a Lafayette attorney received a fully deferred suspension in separate Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceedings issued Nov. 14.