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New Orleans attorney seeking damages after he was allegedly defamed

A man is seeking damages against Allen J. Krouse III and Privileged Underwriters Reciprocal Exchange ("Pure") alleging defamation.

Wells Fargo alleges it is owed more than $40,000 on a line of credit

A major bank is seeking more than $40,000 from Austen's Auto Sales and Dana Interiano alleging sums due.

Capital One claims customer failed to pay off credit card

GRETNA – Capital One is seeking over $3,000 in damages for an open account.

Regions Bank sues over $165,000 debt

Alabama-based Regions Bank is seeking damages over an unpaid balance.

New Orleans man sued over mortgage debt

A loan company is seeking payment of an overdue mortgage loan from a New Orleans resident.

Midfirst Bank sues over overdue promissory note

A bank is seeking damages for a promissory note in order to recover a mortgage debt.

Financial firm sues to recover funds from promissory note

A finance company is seeking payment of a promissory note stemming from a mortgage debt.

University sues over unpaid balance

Southern University is seeking damages for sums due through a garnishment of funds.

New Orleans Redevelopment Authority sues over blighted property

A man allegedly failed to keep an agreement with the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority for the rehabilitation of a property.

TV reporter accused of defamation

A Plaquemines Parish man claims that he was defamed on a television news report.

Louisiana Supreme Court rules Entergy violated 300-foot rule

The Louisiana Supreme Court recently reinstated an order from the Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) that found that Entergy violated a

Bus driver’s appeal comes to a halt at Louisiana Supreme Court

The Louisiana Supreme Court recently reversed and affirmed parts of an appeals court ruling in favor of Gerald Castille, a bus driver, in his suit against the St. Martin Parish School Board.

New Orleans firm handling civil rights case against police on behalf of protestors after Sterling shooting

BATON ROUGE — A New Orleans-based law firm has filed lawsuit against law enforcement officials in the state’s capital alleging they violated the rights of protesters arrested after a black man's fatal shooting by police last year.

Pacific Legal Foundation fighting against eminent domain abuse in Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS — A war against eminent domain abuse is currently being waged in Louisiana.

Louisiana's lawsuit against State Farm, filed by former attorney general, lies dormant

BATON ROUGE — Nothing has happened for more than a year, but Louisiana’s lawsuit against insurance carrier State Farm is still alive.

Livingston Parish School Board joins lawsuit in aftermath of damaging floods

BATON ROUGE — The Livingston Parish School Board recently voted in a unanimous decision to join a class-action lawsuit against the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development as well as the company responsible for constructing Interstate 12.

Louisiana cosmetology board, inspectors, Vietnamese-American salon owners reach settlement in inspection bias suit

BATON ROUGE — The Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology, two salon inspectors affiliated with the Board, and the Vietnamese-American salon owners who brought suit against them have come to a settlement, the Associated Press reported March 9.

Louisiana residents file suit against water company

DONALDSONVILLE — Many Donaldsonville residents are not happy about the quality of water and have filed a class action suit against Peoples Water Service.

Louisiana AG petitions EPA to revise risk-management rule

BATON ROUGE (Legal Newsline) — Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has filed a petition urging Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt to revise the agency's Risk Management Program Rule.

Loyola University law program mentors young attorneys who want their own practices

NEW ORLEANS — As the incubator program at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law continues to grow in popularity, the school recently welcomed seven new attorneys into its intensive two-year mentorship and skills program.