News from February 2018
GRETNA — A credit union is seeking more than $8,000 on an open account.
GRETNA –A bank is seeking more than $2,500 for sums due.
GRETNA – A woman claims that her former employer illegally withheld payment, which she had earned.
GRETNA – A woman claims that she was caused to trip and fall on a handicapped ramp at a local clinic.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking damages for an open account of more than $2,500.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking more than $2,000 on an open account.
GRETNA – Two sons claim that their mother died due to negligence and breach of care by a pharmacy.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking damages, claiming that the defendant is indebted for the balance of more than $2,700.
GRETNA – A woman is being sued after she allegedly failed to pay back more than $1,200.
GRETNA – A woman is seeking damages after she allegedly was injured at a local high school.
Bossier City attorney Michael David Cox has been suspended on an interim basis following a Jan. 26 Louisiana Supreme Court order, a little more than two years after he and his wife were arrested for allegedly stealing from a dying man.
New Orleans attorney and city councilman James Austin Gray II has been suspended for the second time in three years following a Jan. 29 Louisiana Supreme Court disciplinary proceeding after he allegedly failed to respond to an official complaint.
Slidel attorney Joseph George Pastorek II, also a physician in Covington, has been permanently disbarred following a Jan. 30 Louisiana Supreme Court disciplinary proceeding after his 2011 conviction in the U.S. Department of Justice's
The Louisiana 1st Circuit Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court ruling of summary judgment and dismissal of a demand for a tax refund on certain property and rejecting a request for a new trial in a dispute over barge taxes.
Disbarred Monroe attorney and former Louisiana state Sen. Charles D.
Christopher Verdin Jr., whose arrest in May by the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office was recorded in a video that went viral, has filed suit against the department and three officers.
A recent settlement in a First Amendment case filed by American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana (ACLU) that stemmed from Lafayette Police Department deleting a citizen's photograph shows the public has a right to take a photo in public when law enforcement is present.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman claims that her belongings were damaged by uncontrollable mold in her apartment
A 19th Judicial District judge has refused to order an additional records search in the office of Gov. John Bel Edwards in a case brought by activists including environmental group Louisiana Bucket Brigade to stop construction of an oil pipeline.