News from November 2018
NEW ORLEANS – The State of Louisiana is seeking more than $51,000.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages after she was allegedly attacked by a coworker.
On Nov. 16, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana denied a maritime company’s motion for partial summary judgment in an indemnity case that sparked after a boat accident.
Let science determine fate of suit alleging LaPlace plant is causing cancer, Louisiana Chemical Association says
A lawsuit prompted by the health concerns of 13 residents living near a chemical plant in LaPlace has been allowed to continue in U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, a recent Louisiana Records article said.
Following the recent elections, the Plaquemines Parish Council, which at one time appeared to be willing to end its involvement in coastal lawsuits against the state's energy industry, now seems to have even more support for continuing the litigation.
Attorney calls extension on health-related lawsuits regarding 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill fair, reasonable
BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill occurred over eight years ago, but claims of alleged damages from the 2010 incident about 130 miles off the coast of New Orleans have not been forgotten.
GRETNA – A credit union is seeking more than $25,000.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking more than $50,000 in sums due.
GRETNA – A financial company is seeking more than $4,000.
GRETNA – A company is seeking more than $66,000.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking more than $10,000 in sums due.
GRETNA – A financial corporation is seeking more than $1,100 in sums due.
GRETNA – A financial group is seeking more than $1,600 from a customer.