A company providing destination services to clients visiting New Orleans is suing a transport business, alleging breach of contract.
News from November 2015
The Louisiana State Law Institute is forming a new water code committee with the goal of helping to create new legislation for the state’s water law.
Two former workers are suing their former employer, alleging lack of payment of federally required overtime wages.
Watts' fraud and identity theft indictment unsealed; Dog was among plaintiffs in BP oil spill litigation
GULFPORT, Miss. – David Watts smelled fraud in 41,000 oil spill claims that brother Mikal Watts filed against BP, and so did BP’s claims director and Louisiana attorney regulators, but Mikal Watts turned those claims into $2.3 billion.
NEW ORLEANS — Prospective law students eager to join the profession need to be aware of the long road ahead.
BATON ROUGE — Honesty is the best policy for former attorney general candidate Geri Broussard Baloney, and her endorsement of Jeff Landry reflects her principles.
A Jefferson Parish contracting company is suing the parish and the parish sheriff, alleging unfair taxation.
Two Louisiana men are suing their former employer and several members of management, alleging racial discrimination.
An Orleans Parish man is suing a corporation and the city of New Orleans over alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Two Amelia towing businesses are suing two energy companies, alleging lack of payment for services provided
A New Orleans woman is suing the city and tax collectors employed by the city alleging violation of due process under both federal and state constitutions when attempting to collect her taxes.
A Louisiana man and woman are suing a motor home manufacturer and dealership alleging that their vehicle was insufficiently repaired.
A Metairie man is suing Coca-Cola Co. in a class action case over an alleged violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
BATON ROUGE – Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Bernette Joshua Johnson recently signed an order establishing the Louisiana Access to Justice (ATJ) Commission in order to ensure that all citizens are treated equally under the law.
A Lafourche Parish man is suing Louisiana two companies, alleging negligence for injuries he suffered on a vessel.
A Louisiana husband and wife are suing Nissan and a Nissan dealership over alleged claims of failure to sufficiently repair problems with a warrantied vehicle.
A Louisiana man is suing a manufacturer and a health care facility, alleging that an air warming blanket caused him bodily harm after a surgery.
A seaman is suing a drilling company for alleged negligence regarding an ailment contracted while on the job.
A Franklin woman is suing a pharmaceutical company over alleged personal injury caused by one of their products.