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Equipment leasing company sues towing company for amounts due

NEW ORLEANS — A leasing company is suing Tony’s Towing Inc., Lisa James and Tony James, alleging that they breached an equipment financing agreement.

Pacific Legal Foundation fighting against eminent domain abuse in Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS — A war against eminent domain abuse is currently being waged in Louisiana.

Lawyer says Belle Chasse naval firefighter may have solid wrongful termination suit

NEW ORLEANS — A Belle Chasse naval firefighter is protesting his suspension for engaging in protected activities.

Sen. Ted Cruz settles lawsuit with New Orleans-based music licensing firm

NEW ORLEANS – Former Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz will pay $55,000 to a music-licensing start up firm, Audiosocket, for alleged copyright infringement and breach of a licensing agreement.

Clothing firm accuses Greensource Brand Apparel of violating trademark

NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish company is suing rival Greensource Brand Apparel, claiming the company violated the trademarked look and logo of its clothes.

Inmate on hard labor work release sues employers after fall

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana inmate assigned to hard labor on work release is suing his employers over injuries sustained from a fall while sandblasting.