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GRETNA – Capital One is seeking more than $6,000 from a Jefferson Parish resident.
GRETNA –Capital One is seeking past due payments on an open account belonging to a Jefferson Parish woman.
GRETNA –Capital One Bank is suing to collect the balance of an open account held by a Jefferson Parish man.
GRETNA — Capital One Bank claims that it is owed more than $11,000 by a Jefferson Parish man.
GRETNA — Capital One is seeking more than $2,000 from a Jefferson Parish resident.
GRETNA –Capital One claims that they are owed more than $2,000 from an open account.
GRETNA — Capital One is seeking more than $3,000 on an open account held by a Jefferson Parish resident.
A New Orleans-area photographer who filed a copyright infringement suit against the Trump Organization over a photograph she took has settled the matter, according to court documents.
First NBC Bank, which was recently acquired by Hancock Whitney, still is facing legal challenges.
NEW ORLEANS – A California man claims he was injured at a French Quarter hotel because of an inappropriate design of a door.
LAFAYETTE – An investment banking firm alleges that a New Iberia owner of marketing and convenience retailing stores failed to pay a transaction fee.
GRETNA – A couple claims that a faulty toilet line resulted in damages to their home.
NEW ORLEANS - As the number of legal cases against red light cameras increase nationwide -- as well as in Louisiana -- so do the number of organizations speaking out against them.
RESERVE – A law firm in Reserve now represents six complaints in the mounting class-action lawsuit against Lumber Liquidators, the embattled floor makers accused of selling Chinese-made laminates containing dangerous levels of formaldehyde.
LAFAYETTE – A family who purchased flooring from Lumber Liquidators alleges that the hardware company sold them defective and dangerous products.
NEW ORLEANS – A couple is suing Lumber Liquidators over allegations of high levels of formaldehyde in wood flooring they purchased from the company.
NEW ORLEANS – Lumber Liquidators is being taken to court again over the import of certain allegedly hazardous flooring.
NEW ORLEANS – A St. Tammany Parish couple is suing Lumber Liquidators over allegations of excess levels of formaldehyde in wood flooring they purchased from the company.
BATON ROUGE – Two women have filing a class-action lawsuit against Lumber Liquidators over an alleged scheme to import wood flooring that does not meet U.S. formaldehyde regulation standards.
NEW ORLEANS – Lumber Liquidators’ allegedly defective flooring brings another lawsuit over alleged formaldehyde emissions.