The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana reported the following activities in the suit brought by George Fowler against Atchity Productions, LLC and Kenneth Atchity on May 3:
News from May 2019
TAYLOR PORTER BROOKS PHILLIPS LLP: “Voir Dire: Selling Themes and Deselecting Jurors” - Groves Lowe Speaks at LSBA Jazz Fest CLE
Taylor Porter Partner Amy Groves Lowe was a guest speaker and presenter on "Voir Dire: Selling Themes and Deselecting Jurors," during a Louisiana State Bar Association CLE and also during the 2019 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival weekend.
GRETNA – A woman is suing Apple, alleging her minor child was shocked when plugging an iPhone in.
GRETNA – A woman is suing a credit union, alleging she was caused to trip and fall over a curb.
GRETNA – A woman is suing Budget Saver, alleging she was caused to slip and fall in a store.
GRETNA – A man is suing his former employer, alleging a mold situation in his former workplace was not remedied and he was terminated unfairly.
GRETNA – A woman is suing Family Dollar, alleging she was caused to slip and fall in one of its stores.
GRETNA – A couple is suing a Sprint store franchisee, alleging they were caused to slip and fall while holding their baby.
GRETNA – A woman is suing Walmart, alleging that she was injured in a Supercenter when a box of products fell on her.
Following the seemingly countless threats against the oil and gas industry of Louisiana, the City of New Orleans has joined with six other parishes filing lawsuits against energy companies, listing allegations of coastal land loss.
NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge has dismissed a Gonzales man's lawsuit against his former employer, a LaPlace industrial steel manufacturer that he alleges fired him three years ago when he refused a medical and psychological exam.
Judge rules both captains negligent in Mississippi River collision that caused $1.1 million in damages
NEW ORLEANS – Both captains were negligent in a vessel collision that caused more than $1 million in damages, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana determined on April 2.
NEW ORLEANS – Oceaneering International Inc.’s attempt to ban a plaintiff from bringing exhibits and a deposition testimony into evidence was sustained in part, overruled in part, and deferred in part by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana on April 2.
Elevator patent dispute between Cajun Services, Besco Energy ends with dismissal due to jurisdiction
NEW ORLEANS – On April 3, the U.S. District in the Eastern District of Louisiana granted in part Cajun Services Unlimited LLC’s motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction a case filed against it by Benton Energy Service Co. over rights to an elevator roller insert system (ERIS).
NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana denied defendant Starr Surplus Lines Insurance Co.’s appeal against previous rulings that both denied its motion to enforce a subpoena and its motion for reconsideration of the court’s denial to enforce the subpoena.
GRETNA – A man is suing a pilates training center, alleging he was injured while using one of the establishment's workout machines.
New Orleans Parish is one of many in the state that has filed a lawsuit against the oil and gas companies, alleging that their operations have been the main contributors to several environmental issues, including the coastal erosion.
New Orleans Parish is one of numerous parishes in the state filing lawsuits against the oil and gas companies, alleging that the energy industry’s operations are the leading cause of Louisiana's environmental issues such as coastal erosion.
Taylor Porter Managing Partner Bob Barton has been elected to the board of directors of Manship Theatre, which located in downtown Baton Rouge in the Shaw Center for the Arts, provides music, film, theatre, arts, and dance, within in a 325-seat auditorium.
NEW ORLEANS — Construction workers who successfully sued their New Orleans employer over unpaid overtime also will have part of their attorney fees and costs paid, a federal judge said in a recent ruling.