Security board head survives ouster attempt, but questions raised about occupational licensing in Louisiana
BATON ROUGE — While the head of the state body charged with overseeing Louisiana's private security business survived a move to oust him, the controversy has helped focus attention on the regulation of workers in the state.
GRETNA – An LLC is seeking more than $1,400 in sums due.
GRETNA –An LLC is seeking damages for sums due, claiming that a customer failed to pay more than $45,000.
GRETNA –A financial company is seeking more than $7,000 in an open account.
A woman is seeking damages after she allegedly fell at a Dollar Tree store.
GRETNA – Cach LLC is seeking more than $5,300 for an open account.
GRETNA –A financial company is seeking more than $1,200 in sums due.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman claims that she slipped and fell in a dollar store.
GRETNA –A financial company is seeking damages for more than $2,000.
GRETNA – A funding company is seeking damages for sums due.
GRETNA – A financial company is seeking damages for sums due on an open account.
GRETNA – A funding company claims it is owed more than $2,700.
GRETNA –A woman is seeking damages for a slip and fall on a restaurant floor.
GRETNA –A woman is seeking damages, claiming that she was injured at a cinema.
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.