A court has reversed a lower court decision ruling, determining that a property lien on oil well owner Marlborough Oil & Gas is indeed valid based on the Louisiana Oil Well Lien Act.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) – Amite attorney Ronald B. Manning was reciprocally disbarred after a Sept. 14 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding following his 2006 disbarment in Texas over a felony theft conviction.
GRETNA – Deville Asset Management Ltd., based in Texas, has filed a lawsuit in the 24th Judicial District Court, alleging that a consumer owes $5,241.22 in a case involving a Toyota purchase.
Judge rules that the case should never have been removed to federal court in first place.
A former employee for Diamond Offshore says the oil drilling company showed racial favoritism during tough economic times.
U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen entered a one-sentence order rejecting a motion to dismiss a multistate effort to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, DACA, filed Tuesday by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund .
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — New Orleans-based environmental attorney Stuart H. Smith, practicing in Louisiana for almost 32 years, has received a voluntary deferred suspension following a May 11 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding after he was convicted of cyberstalking.
Federal judge rules that it is 'premature' to determine enforceability of contract in lawsuit involving Andarko
A federal judge has denied Andarko Petroleum Corp.’s motion for summary judgment against co-defendant Dolphin Services LLC in a lawsuit brought by an oil platform worker who claims he was injured while working aboard the Constitution Spar.
A financial management company is seeking more than $10,000 in sums due.
St. Matthew the Apostle Roman Catholic Church accused of negligence after man allegedly struck by car
A man is seeking damages after he allegedly was struck by a car.
NEW ORLEANS — A federal jury's conviction of a Mexican man for illegal re-entry into the United States in 2016 has been affirmed on appeal, despite the felon's claim that his Brady rights had been violated.
The Louisiana Fourth District Court of Appeal has reversed a lower court’s judgement against a contractor by an unpaid material supplier.
Judge partially dissents from appeals court decision to reverse lower court ruling in West Nile death
An appeals court judge partially dissented in a recent decision to partially reverse a lower court ruling in the case of a Texas woman whose husband died following complications from West Nile virus in 2013.
GRETNA – A financial company is seeking more than $42,000.
GRETNA – Whitney Bank is seeking over $38,000.
A federal judge who stopped construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline last month has explained her ruling, stating that the long-term impact the pipeline will have on the environment is greater than the damage that stopping it would do.
An insurance company is seeking damages after an appliance allegedly malfunctioned.
NEW ORLEANS — The State of Louisiana will have to pay more than $150,000 to an attorney representing a man who sued after he was denied a marriage license because he doesn't have a birth certificate, according to a federal judge's recent order.
Construction of the Bayou Bridge pipeline will continue, a federal judge ruled earlier this month, casting aside objections from environmental groups who tried to put a stop to the construction of the final leg of the project due to concerns about the impact it will have on the land and wildlife.