A Jefferson Parish woman faces a lawsuit by a debt collector.
News from August 2018
A debt collector sued a Jefferson Parish woman over an alleged $1,300 debt.
An alleged $48,000 debt prompted a consulting group to pursue litigation against a glass company.
Regions Bank seeks more than $187,000 in a lawsuit.
A Jefferson Parish woman faces a lawsuit over an alleged debt.
CBS Corporation and a production company wants a lawsuit filed by Justin Lebrun of the TV show "NCIS: New Orleans" to move to federal court.
Thomas Flanagan, Harold Flanagan, Sean Brady and Ann Koppel of Flanagan Partners LLP have been named to the 2019 edition of Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
NEW ORLEANS -- The U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana has ruled against an argument filed by Karen S. Kovach and Isaac Soileau, owners of Soileau & Associates LLC, regarding an insurance claim.
NEW ORLEANS -- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has upheld part of a claim filed against the Louisiana Board of Examiners of Certified Court Reporters.
GRETNA – A frequent critic of the Jefferson Parish Council who was awarded $20,000 stemming from a federal lawsuit that he had filed nearly five years after being ejected from a public meeting, recently said he will continue to criticize the local government.
BATON ROUGE – Chevron recently filed a breach of contract suit claiming it is owed nearly $11 million after it exercised its option to sell its shares in the Hilton Capitol Center, a hotel and commercial space in Baton Rouge.
NEW ORLEANS -- A company that provides broadcasts of sporting events to businesses is demanding $340,000 from a sports bar and an individual over the alleged illegal showing of a boxing match.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- A nationally recognized insurance group has asked a Louisiana court to deny a $18 million insurance claim from an Arkansas oil company.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — A Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board (LADB) hearing committee has recommended that charges against New York attorney Larry English, who represented a client in an unrelated Louisiana death penalty case reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year, be dismissed.
BATON ROUGE — A federal appeals court reversed a denial of summary judgment Aug. 16 in a case involving a patient at Eastern Louisiana Mental Health System (ELMHS) and rendered judgment in favor of the patient’s doctors.
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