Mega ride share service Uber will face a group of Louisiana taxi drivers in Orleans Parish Civil District Court, a federal judge ruled July 12.
Split Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board recommends disbarment for former Assistant U.S. Attorney
NEW ORLEANS — Harahan attorney and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Salvador Perricone faces possible disbarment following a split July 17 Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board (LADB) recommendation regarding allegedly inappropriate anonymous postings made over a five-year period on a local newspaper's website.
GRETNA – Budget Rent-A-Car is seeking damages for breach of contract when a rental car was stolen.
In the wake of the recent $4.69 billion court ruling against Johnson & Johnson over dozens of women claiming to have developed ovarian cancer after years of using the company's talcum powder products, a Louisiana watchdog group says similar cases will likely arise in the future.
Bonding company accuses Sun Industries of breach of contract regarding road project in Ascension Parish
BATON ROUGE – Sun Industries LLC based in West Baton Rouge Parish was named in a federal lawsuit recently filed by a bonding company accusing Sun Industries of breach of contract involving a Louisiana Department of Transportation intersection improvement project in Ascension Parish.
Voluntarily disqualified Orleans Parish Criminal District Court judge faces sexual harassment lawsuit
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) – Orleans Parish Criminal District Court Judge Byron C. Williams, who has been under investigation for almost a year on sexual harassment allegations and who recently agreed to an interim suspension, now faces a lawsuit filed by court clerk who claims the judge harassed her, according to news reports.
BATON ROUGE (Legal Newsline) — Gov. John Bel Edwards recently signed a bill that allows Louisiana courts to take judicial notice of laws in other states.
A group of black farmers from Louisiana and the Mid-South are taking on the largest genetic seed trait manufacturer in the world.
GRETNA – A woman is seeking damages for a slip and fall in a Walmart.
GRETNA – A truck leasing company is seeking more than $34,000.
On May 8, two women who were denied and revoked passports couldn’t prove to an appeals court they were entitled to certain relief.
Family missed the filing deadline of one year, saying they didn’t discover the possible cause of death for four years.
Peremptory exception is denied, unfair trade practice is reversed
GRETNA – The Office of Community Development Disaster is seeking more than $101,000 from a resident.
LAKE CHARLES – Louisiana's 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal recently upheld a ruling by the 16th Judicial District Court in Iberia Parish concerning damages related to a chemical fire in Iberia Parish on June 14, 2011.
African-American farmers in Louisiana have faced discrimination for far too long and it ends now, according to Thomas Burrell, president of the Black Farmers and Agriculturalists Association (BFAA).