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Capital One trying to collect over $6,000 from Jefferson Parish resident

GRETNA – Capital One is seeking more than $6,000 from a Jefferson Parish resident.

Capital One claims Jefferson Parish woman owes nearly $4,000

GRETNA –Capital One is seeking past due payments on an open account belonging to a Jefferson Parish woman.

Capital One claims that a customer owes more than $3,000

GRETNA –Capital One Bank is suing to collect the balance of an open account held by a Jefferson Parish man.

Capital One trying to collect more than $11,000

GRETNA — Capital One Bank claims that it is owed more than $11,000 by a Jefferson Parish man.

Capital One claims customer owes more than $2,000

GRETNA — Capital One is seeking more than $2,000 from a Jefferson Parish resident.

Capital One claims it is owed more than $2,000

GRETNA –Capital One claims that they are owed more than $2,000 from an open account.

Capital One is seeking more than $3,000

GRETNA — Capital One is seeking more than $3,000 on an open account held by a Jefferson Parish resident.

Photographer settles with Trump Organization in copyright-infringement case

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.

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.

Dauphine Orleans Hotel guest files suit after he fell after stepping out of door

NEW ORLEANS – A California man claims he was injured at a French Quarter hotel because of an inappropriate design of a door.

MCMG Capital Advisors alleges Food-N-Fun owes $675,000

LAFAYETTE – An investment banking firm alleges that a New Iberia owner of marketing and convenience retailing stores failed to pay a transaction fee.

Kenner couple alleges faulty toilet line caused flooding damage to home

GRETNA – A couple claims that a faulty toilet line resulted in damages to their home.

Red Light cameras drawing increasing opposition from advocacy groups

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.

More plaintiffs join class action against Lumber Liquidators

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.

Chinese-made flooring subject of another lawsuit

LAFAYETTE – A family who purchased flooring from Lumber Liquidators alleges that the hardware company sold them defective and dangerous products.

Lumber Liquidators accused of selling allegedly defective flooring

NEW ORLEANS – A couple is suing Lumber Liquidators over allegations of high levels of formaldehyde in wood flooring they purchased from the company.

Lumber Liquidators facing lawsuit over allegedly hazardous flooring

NEW ORLEANS – Lumber Liquidators is being taken to court again over the import of certain allegedly hazardous flooring.

Couple sues Lumber Liquidators for allegedly dangerous imported wood 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.

Lumber Liquidators blamed for allegedly high formaldehyde levels in flooring

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.

Lumber Liquidator's Chinese flooring brings more lawsuits

NEW ORLEANS – Lumber Liquidators’ allegedly defective flooring brings another lawsuit over alleged formaldehyde emissions.