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Louisiana Supreme Court celebrates 200 years

NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana Supreme Court is celebrating its 200th anniversary today, March 1, with a ceremony that began at 11 a.m.

Marrero Wendy's sued by woman claiming disability after falling in bathroom hallway

Seth H. Schaumberg

City of Gretna sued by woman who tripped and fell on sidewalk

GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish woman is suing the City of Gretna for injuries she claims to have received when she tripped and fell on a public sidewalk.

Boat worker sues after being struck on head with bag of dirty laundry

GRETNA – A St. Tammany Parish man is suing a staffing company after one of its employees allegedly threw a sack of dirty laundry from the top deck of a ship onto his head when he was on the lower deck.

Hazardous materials testing company claims public school work went unpaid

GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish hazardous materials testing company is suing a state contractor for work it claims it provided to public schools in New Orleans.

Local couple sues antiques dealer over handling of eBay sale

Lisa A. Montgomery

Baseball trainers sue warehouse over deteriorating building

James D. Bercaw

Ochsner sued by woman for alleged misdiagnosis of hearing loss

GRETNA – A New Orleans woman is suing a local hospital for the alleged misdiagnosis of her hearing loss.

Woman sues Wal-Mart after tripping at store

Edward J. Womac

Second week of BP oil spill trial to feature testimony from those aboard exploded rig

This week the court is expected to hear testimony from those who were aboard the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig when it exploded.

Production company sued after allegedly damaging yacht

Frank D'Amico Jr.

Mandina’s Restaurant management accused of discriminatory behavior against black employees

NEW ORLEANS – A former waiter in Canal Street restaurant, Mandina’s, filed a suit for damages claiming he was physically assaulted by the manager and along with other black employees, he suffered due to the discriminatory practices implemented by the restaurant’s management.

Loyola honors longest serving La. Supreme Court Justice

Pascal F. Calogero Jr.

United Steelworkers of America decertified at Houston plant after 5th Circuit appellate ruling

United Steelworkers of America

Contractor loses appeal to reopen public bid on Choctaw Landfill proposal in Bogalusa

Choctaw Landfill

Car wholesaler sues used car dealer for allegedly not paying for vehicles before reselling them to customers

Randall J. Meyer

Citadel Builders sues subcontractor for defective work and breach of contract on school construction project

Andrew G. Vicknair

Hydraulic press operator suing employer for workplace injuries

Hydraulic press

New Orleans City Hall involved in suit for alleged damages

Charles M. Thomas

Bethel Investments of New Orleans sues local construction/demolition company

NEW ORLEANS - An investment company is suing an Orleans Parish construction and demolition company on the grounds that the local LLC performed substandard work on two properties they own.