GRETNA – A company is seeking more than $10,000 in sums due.
News from December 2018
GRETNA – A university is seeking over $1,100 in sums due.
The American Tort Reform Foundation (ATRA) ranks Louisiana No. 5 on its "Judicial Hellhole" list.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — Suspended Lafayette attorney Michael Sean Reid has been disbarred following a split Dec. 5 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding regarding multiple allegations, including abandoning his practice and trust fund irregularities.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — Harahan attorney and former assistant U.S. attorney Salvador R. Perricone has been disbarred following a Dec. 5 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding regarding alleged inappropriate anonymous postings on a local newspaper's website over five years.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — Baton Rouge attorney Gregory Cook has been suspended following a split Dec. 5 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding regarding conflict of interest allegations.
Earlier ruling denied claim citing failure to file in a timely manner
A lower court will once again hear part of a case involving a man who was shot after leaving a 2015 wedding reception outside of Bella Noche restaurant.
NEW ORLEANS – A bank is seeking more than $34,000 in sums due.
NEW ORLEANS – A finance group is seeking over $1,800.
NEW ORLEANS – A credit union is seeking more than $8,100 in sums due.
NEW ORLEANS – A man is seeking damages for more than $64,000.
NEW ORLEANS – A credit union is seeking more than $4,900 in sums due.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking more than $216,000 in sums due.
TAYLOR PORTER BROOKS & PHILLIPS LLP: Six Taylor Porter Attorneys to Serve as Lead Presenters at BRBA CLE By The Hour
Six Taylor Porter attorneys will serve as presenters at the annual Baton Rouge Bar Association "CLE By the Hour" seminar event, to be held at the Renaissance BR Hotel on Dec. 6-7, 13-14, and 27-28.
The release of an American Tort Reform Foundation report naming Louisiana as the fifth worst judicial hellhole in the U.S. recently prompted Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch (LLAW) to comment on the issue.
St. Tammany Parish panhandling laws are being questioned by a Slidell resident who is asking a federal judge to declare parish ordinances unconstitutional in a lawsuit naming the parish government, Parish President Pat Brister and Sheriff Randy Smith.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently allowed a group of young Americans to proceed with their lawsuit claiming the federal government has failed to take what they believe to be necessary action to prevent climate control, a posting on nola.com said.
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana ironed out an indemnity issue and granted a motion for partial summary judgement on November 15 after a man was injured at work.