NEW ORLEANS – Fuel supplier the owner of two ships has filed to pay for supplies it purchased earlier this year.
News from December 2016
SHREVEPORT – A woman alleges she fractured her foot because of the conditions of a restaurant's parking lot.
NEW ORLEANS – The inventor and brewer of a discontinued beer known as Pirate's Blood alleges the trademark is being used to sell another beer.
NEW ORLEANS – A North Carolina woman alleges a surgery she underwent in Louisiana was improperly done.
LAFAYETTE – A Galliano company claims a Scott company's inaccurate survey cost it an additional $1.2 million on a project.
NEW ORLEANS – American Express is seeking more than $22,000 from an Orleans Parish woman.
NEW ORLEANS – A family alleges they were exposed to toxic mold in their apartment.
NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish business is alleged to owe more than $44,000 for services.
NEW ORLEANS – A man claims he paid more than $9,000 for flagstone that was never delivered.
NEW ORLEANS – A construction company alleges it was not paid in full for work done on a medical center.
GRETNA – A guest at a Harvey casino claims he was injured after slipping on liquid on the floor.
GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish individual is accused of defaulting on a credit card account.
GRETNA – A man claims that he hit his head and was injured while shopping in a Dollar General.
GRETNA – Bank of America is seeking damages for an allegedly open credit card account.
GRETNA – A former university student is accused of failing to pay education fees.
GRETNA – A Tangipahoa Parish woman is accused of reckless driving.
GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish law firm claims that it was never paid for its services by a client.
NEW ORLEANS – A $4 million-plus lawsuit brought by Minnesota construction company Community Facility Partners (CFP) against the Orleans Judicial District Court Building Commission (JBC) and Parish Civil District Court Judge Christopher Bruno shines a bit of light on just how complicated, not to mention opaque and politicized, the process of carrying out civic building projects can be.
BATON ROUGE – A dispute over an an executive order by Gov. John Bel Edwards regarding LGBT discrimination language in state contracts is heading to court in showdown that may define the constitutional roles of the governor and attorney general.
NEW ORLEANS – Former Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz will pay $55,000 to a music-licensing start up firm, Audiosocket, for alleged copyright infringement and breach of a licensing agreement.