Endo removed the case arguing that the U.S. District Court should have jurisdiction because the opioid suit exceeded $75,000 in damages between parties that have varying citizenship in different states.
NEW ORLEANS - Louisiana's attorney general is unlikely to pursue legal action that led to the striking down of a decades-old "public intimidation" law, according to the the attorney representing the plaintiffs in two cases.
NEW ORLEANS – While working at a dry cleaners in Metarie, a worker was continually harassed and was the object of insulting comments concerning her race and national origin, according to a complaint filed by the EEOC in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
A man who was terminated for gambling on the New Orleans' Sewerage and Water Board property after 21 years of employment, successfully appealed his dismissal to the Court of Appeal, 4th Circuit in Louisiana.
NEW ORLEANS — A Lousiana court has denied a state-owned housing company's request to be exempted from an appeal bond that requires it put up money as collateral while an appeal matter is being decided.