New Orleans' Downtown Development District claims city may have improperly diverted special funds to pensions
A May 15 report from KSLA-TV said the Downtown Development District of New Orleans, a local agency working on economic growth and revitalization, filed a lawsuit in Orleans Parish Civil District Court claiming the city of New Orleans is diverting funds meant for other activities to its pension funds.
LAKE CHARLES – The Louisiana Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued an opinion May that upheld an order from the 14th Judicial District Court in Calcasieu Parish that decided procedural issues and ordered dismissal of a consolidated tax case involving taxpayer and Lake Charles electric generating company Nelson Industrial Steam Co. (NISCO) and the Louisiana Department of Revenue.
Company being sued by New Orleans firm over distribution of confidential documents wins partial battle in court
NEW ORLEANS – An Iowa-based bonding company that allegedly distributed confidential information during a training session had several counts against it in suit filed by a New Orleans-based company dismissed according to a May 7 opinion with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Gonzales attorney Anthony Terrell Marshall, practicing in Louisiana for 22 years, has been voluntarily transferred to disability inactive status following a May 11 Louisiana Supreme Court hearing, held more than two years after he was suspended by a federal court for alleged misconduct in two civil matters.