News from November 2018
GRETNA – A capital company is seeking more than $2,800 in sums due.
GRETNA – Bank of America is seeking more than $24,000 in sums due.
On Oct. 24, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth District affirmed a lower court’s testimony that barred an expert witness’s testimony from an accidental death involving a bow and arrow.
After a mentally impaired patient was fatally beaten, the State of Louisiana Court of Appeal for the First Circuit determined on Oct. 25 that the man who allegedly assaulted him should legally be dismissed from the personal injury lawsuit.
A construction subcontractor was only partially victorious in its breach of contract lawsuit against a related business in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana on October 25.
GRETNA – A man is seeking damages for a slip and fall in a hotel.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — Baton Rouge attorney Dante Jerome Butler faces possible suspension following a split Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board (LADB) recommendation to the state Supreme Court over allegations he improperly shared legal fees earned by non-attorneys at a quasi-legal center in St. Tammany Parish.
St. Martinville police chief says officer found guilty of using excessive force gives all cops a bad image
St. Martinville Police Chief Ricky Martin recently weighed in about a case in which a former officer who was found guilty of abusing his police powers.
The Plaquemines Parish Council, prodded by Council Member Irvin Juneau, recently voted on whether to withdraw from coastal lawsuits against the oil and gas industry.
GRETNA – Midland Funding filed a complaint on Nov. 5 in the 24th Judicial District Court against Randy Durr, alleging that the defendant failed to pay off a balance of $2,528.30 plus interest.
New Orleans pipe manufacturer not liable in death of temporary 'borrowed employee,' federal judge rules
NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge recently tossed out a lawsuit brought by the mother of a temporary employee who succumbed to injuries sustained on the job at a New Orleans pipe manufacturing site last year.
GRETNA – Capital One Bank filed a complaint on Nov. 2 in the 24th Judicial District Court against Louis A. Bauder, alleging that the defendant has failed to pay off the balance of $3,080.75.