News from 2014
NEW ORLEANS – The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law is set to unveil a reworked educational approach to legal studies it says will make legal education more practical when the Class of 2017 enrolls this fall.
U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier
Ryan D. KelleyGRETNA – The co-owner of a failed horse dealership is suing his former partner for allegedly failing to pay on a loan the two signed together for their business.Benjamin J. Harrell filed suit against Chris M. Zimmerman in the 24th Judicial District Court on Dec. 12.Harrell asserts he was the co-owner with Zimmerman of the Iron Horse and dealt in the wholesaling of horses. The plaintiff
Breast cancer patient sues doctor for alleged improper biopsy that resulted in dealyed cancer diagnosis
GRETNA – A breast cancer patient is suing her doctor for allegedly taking a biopsy from the wrong part of her breast.
Crescent City Connection
Prisoner serving life imprisonment sues appeals court after staffer’s suicide reveals all pro se filings by prisoners automatically denied
Judge Edward A. Dufresne Jr. is alleged to have denied due process in over 2,500 cases.
GRETNA – A patient who claims an implant in her hand was defective and caused significant problems with her recovery from surgery is suing.
GRETNA – Two Jefferson Parish homeowners are suing a local construction company and a state agency for allegedly damaging their property while constructing a sound wall along Interstate 10.
GRETNA – A local grocery store is being sued by a shopper who alleges she received severe injuries in a fall on the store’s premises.
GRETNA – A local casino is being sued by a woman who claims she was severely assaulted by one of its employees.
GRETNA – A customer of a local department store is suing for injuries she claims to have received in a slip and fall on a sign that was on the floor.