BATON ROUGE – A recent rash of judge misconduct has been seen throughout Louisiana.
News from August 2016
MONROE -- Monroe attorney Brian Crawford of the firm Crawford and Ogg is among a group of several lawyers and officials who have been named in a suit by Judge Sharon Marchman, who alleges the defendants violated her First and 14th Amendment rights by allegedly conspiring on payroll fraud and hiding the destruction of documents.
GRETNA – Capital One Bank claims that a Jefferson Parish customer has failed to pay off his credit card.
GRETNA – A woman claims that she was struck by a product in Walmart and injured.
NEW ORLEANS – Capital One National Association claims that a client failed to pay back the credit issued to them.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages, claiming that she was caused to slip and fall on wet ground and was injured.
NEW ORLEANS – A community college claims that a student failed to pay for tuition.
NEW ORLEANS — A Tennessee acquisition company is suing a variety of defendants, alleging they failed to ensure the accuracy of financial records.
LAKE CHARLES — A Georgia construction-related service provider is suing a former employee, alleging breach of contract.
NEW ORLEANS — A seaman is suing an offshore shipping business, alleging its negligence led to him sustaining injuries.
BATON ROUGE — A St. James Parish man is suing a Louisiana company, alleging disability discrimination and violation of civil rights.
NEW ORLEANS – A community college alleges a former student did not pay for nine credit hours of coursework.
NEW ORLEANS – A credit union is seeking damages over claims that a client failed to make payments on time.
GRETNA – A woman claims that she tripped and fell over a trash can lid and was injured.
GRETNA – Capital One Bank is seeking damages for an allegedly open account.
GRETNA – A couple is seeking damages, claiming that a casino escalator resulted in injuries to the wife.
NEW ORLEANS — A St. Tammany Parish man is suing a ship owner, alleging its negligence caused him to be thrown overboard.
NEW ORLEANS — A Washington Parish woman is suing a catering company and its owner, alleging disability discrimination.
NEW ORLEANS — A Terrebonne Parish man is suing a vessel owner, alleging its negligence led to the plaintiff sustaining injuries.