An appeals ended a long-running employment dispute on Sept. 21 between a former public works employee and the city of Baton Rouge.
News from October 2018
NEW ORLEANS – A university is seeking more than $2,500 in sums due.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) – Bossier City attorney John E. Settle Jr., who has already been suspended, faces possible additional suspension following a recommendation issued Sept. 26 by a Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board (LADB) panel.
NEW ORLEANS – American Commercial Barge Line recently filed a federal suit against Tricon Steamship Agency Inc. for breach of contract in the delivery of coal by barge from Kentucky to Louisiana.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) – Baton Rouge attorney Christopher Gerard Young was indefinitely suspended following a recent Louisiana Supreme Court order after he was sentenced last spring on a child pornography charge.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) – Metairie attorney Robert Bartholomew Evans III, selected by a professional association as "Top Attorney" for 2018, has been indefinitely suspended for "threat of harm" following a recent Louisiana Supreme Court order.
Ponchatoula attorney Sherry Alane King received a fully-deferred suspension following a Sept. 28 Louisiana Supreme Court decision after allegations she falsified a court document.
A federal judge threw out a class action lawsuit over traffic tickets handled by the municipal court in Gretna.
Federal judge says National Marine Fisheries Service overstepped its authority in creating aquaculture zone
NEW ORLEANS – A federal judge in Louisiana recently granted a motion for summary judgment filed by several fishing and wildlife associations and environmental groups to prevent the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) from establishing an aquaculture zone in federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico.
NEW ORLEANS — A photographer recently filed a federal suit accusing a Louisiana-based entertainment company of using his copyrighted photo of singer-songwriter Macy Gray on its website without giving the photographer credit.
GRETNA – A loan company is seeking more than $114,000.
GRETNA – A mortgage company is seeking more than $115,000.
NEW ORLEANS – The University of New Orleans is seeking more than $3,900.
NEW ORLEANS – A university is seeking more than $5,000 in sums due.
NEW ORLEANS – A community college is seeking more than $1,600.
GRETNA – A financial company is seeking more than $10,000 from an individual.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking more than $71,000 in sums due.