Former residents of the New Orleans East community claim the city is inappropriately using federal funds, including $30 million for building a brand new park in an area that was not affected by hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
News from October 2010
A cook has filed a lawsuit against his employer after he tripped and fell when walking out of a cooler.
Judge Landrieu Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Paulette Irons has ruled that New Orleans' red-light and traffic cameras violate the city charter and has placed an injunction on the city to prevent it from issuing any more tickets.
A lawsuit filed in Orleans Parish Civil District Court claims the owner of New Orleans' largest Mardi Gras float production company has used his recent control of the firm to "aggrandize his own financial situation to the detriment of...shareholders."
A Plaquemines Parish resident has filed a personal injury lawsuit asking for more than $50,000 after his vehicle was run off the road by a tractor-trailer.
A seaman is seeking $2 million in damages after falling on a vessel's stairway.
Cates Three defendants have been dismissed in Orleans Parish Civil District Court in a slip and fall suit involving a man who fell inside a strip club.
An East Baton Rouge Parish resident is suing the Louisiana Tax Commission after the property he acquired through a tax sale was improperly canceled.
A seaman is suing his employer after he received serious injuries when the vessel he was aboard collided into another vessel.
A crane repairman has filed a lawsuit against his employer after he fell through a ladder opening, sustaining injuries.
A seaman is suing for $2 million after he fell on a vessel's stairway and sustained injuries.
A Louisiana drug and alcohol rehabilitation center is being sued for allegedly discriminating against an obese employee and for illegally terminating her employment.
A Wal-Mart shopper is suing the retail store after she slipped and fell on an unknown substance that was left on the floor.
A seaman has filed a lawsuit against his employer for failing to properly supervise the crew after he tripped over an oar.
Smythe A debt collector is facing a lawsuit after a collection agent called the consumer's parents and discussed the consumer's debt.
Holtzman NEW ORLEANS – Borrowers who pursued a class action against Dean Morris law firm, banks, and mortgage service companies under state fraud and conversion laws for five years now propose to press their claims under federal law.
Two lawyers await Supreme Court discipline for tampering with a witness, and two await discipline for keeping fees they didn't earn.
Despite reports that their differences had been settled, Barry Kern's suit to oust his father as head of the family company remains on file in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
Sutterfield An Orleans Parish Civil District Court jury ruled Thursday that a plaintiff was not entitled to any damages in a racetrack liability suit involving the Churchill Downs Louisiana Horseracing Company.
Defense counsel in a suit against Entergy Inc. counters that a plaintiff's claims in Orleans Parish Civil District Court have prescribed and the lawsuit should be dismissed.