NEW ORLEANS – President Donald Trump recently nominated New Orleans attorney Peter Strasser as his choice for U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana
GRETNA – A surgical center is seeking more than $23,000.
GRETNA – A credit union is seeking more than $9,700 in sums due.
GRETNA – A company is seeking more than $14,000 in sums due.
GRETNA – Capital One Bank claims it is owed more $3,500.
BATON ROUGE — The president of the Louisiana Midcontinent Oil and Gas Association (LMOGA) praised a California federal judge's decision to throw out lawsuits filed against big oil for allegations of climate change.
Director of Louisiana lawsuit watchdog group calls climate change lawsuits against big oil misguided
BATON ROUGE — The executive director of Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch said the decision this week by a federal judge in California to throw out climate change lawsuits against big oil companies was not a surprise.
A Louisiana judge has granted two separate motions for summary judgement by defendants for a complaint brought on by a plaintiff and widow who alleges they caused her husband’s death.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages for an incident which took place at a Walmart.
NEW ORLEANS – A bank is seeking more than $32,000 in sums due.
NEW ORLEANS – A university is seeking damages for more than for $1,400.
GRETNA – A university is seeking damages for sums due.
GRETNA – A community college is seeking more than $700 in sums due.
GRETNA – A surgical center is seeking more than $30,000.
If Cajun Services Unlimited LLC gets its way, its lawsuit filed against Benton Energy Service Company will end in the defendant being found in violation of trademark laws. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana on June 14.
NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana woman claims a minor accident led to a broad conspiracy against her, including attempts to poison her and the implanting of a pain-causing device in her body.
A federal court denied oil company PXP Gulf Coast LLC's request to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it to recover plugging, abandonment and decommissioning costs.
NEW ORLEANS - A New Orleans Saints season-ticket holder filed a lawsuit June 14 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana that accuses the board that operates Mercedes-Benz Superdome of discriminating against him and infringing on his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The back-and-forth movement of an insurance case continues as one of the defendants, The Standard Club, recently a notice of removal requesting the seaman's injury suit be moved to U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.