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Capital One claims customer owes over $1,900

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 20, 2019

GRETNA – A bank is seeking more than $1,900 in sums due.

Capital One seeks more than $2,200 on a credit card balance

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 20, 2019

GRETNA – Capital One is seeking more than $2,200 on an unpaid credit card balance.

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE: Baton Rouge Man Indicted For Wire and Tax Fraud

By Press release submission | Feb 20, 2019

U.S. Attorney Peter G. Strasser announced yesterday that WAYNE TRICHE, age 75, of Baton Rouge, was charged in a 38-count Indictment with wire fraud and tax fraud in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1343 and Title 26, United States Code, Section 7206(1), respectively.

Hotel's lawsuit accuses restaurant of driving away guests

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans hotel has filed a lawsuit claiming that a restaurant's ventilation fan took away business and damage​​​​​d property.

Lawsuit claims school district neglected $54,000 balance due

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – A construction company is seeking damages for more than $50,000 in sums due on an open account.

Citibank sues customer over $3,400 balance due

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – Citibank is seeking more than $3,000 it claims is due on a customer's open account.

State claims grant funds were misappropriated by defendants

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – The State of Louisiana claims it is owed more than $37,000 for a grant that was misappropriated by the recipients.

Man sues bowling alley, claims he slipped on a piece of fruit

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – A man is suing a New Orleans bowling alley where he claims he slipped and fell, sustaining a head injury.

Ferry passenger sues transit authority after seat falls over

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – A man has named New Orleans Regional Transit Authority in a lawsuit seeking damages related to an injury he claims he suffered onboard a ferry.

Court dismisses East Baton Rouge Parish woman's discrimination suit against Phillips 66

By Karen Kidd | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana recently dismissed an East Baton Rouge Parish woman's discrimination suit against an industrial services firm and Texas-based Phillips 66 Company because she did not file the litigation on time.

State sues woman for alleged misuse of $95,000 grant

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – The State of Louisiana alleges that a woman is indebted for more than $95,000 on a grant that she used for purposes other than those for which the funds were approved.

Construction company seeks payment for completed project

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – A construction company is seeking damages, claiming the defendant failed to pay for a completed project.

Capital One claims customer owes more than $32,000

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS – Capital One Bank is seeking more than $32,000 it claims is due on a woman's open account.

Colorado lawyer reciprocally disbarred in Louisiana after role in client funds conversions

By Karen Kidd | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS — Colorado Springs attorney Philip Martin Kleinsmith has been reciprocally disbarred following a Feb. 18 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding after a similar discipline in the other state for alleged conversion of client funds.

Former Monroe councilman convicted of racketeering readmitted to practice law

By Karen Kidd | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS — Disbarred Monroe attorney and former city councilman Arthur Gilmore Jr. has been readmitted following a Feb. 15 Louisiana Supreme Court decision and his release from federal imprisonment over racketeering charges.

Permanent disbarment recommend for Covington attorney after 2015 stalking, harassment arrest

By Karen Kidd | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS — Disbarred Covington attorney Raymond Charles Burkart III faces possible permanent disbarment following a recent recommendation by a Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board (LADB) over allegations that included harassing his ex-girlfriend in 2015.

Court stays claim against shipping company, 'pending the outcome of arbitration, if any'

By Karen Kidd | Feb 19, 2019

NEW ORLEANS — A third-party defendant in a Malta-based navigation company's $1.1 million lawsuit over an oil spill on the Mississippi River isn't off the hook but claims against it are pending arbitration that may never happen, according to a federal judge's recent order.

Woman sued for alleged negligence of a $37,500 grant

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

GRETNA –The state of Louisiana alleges that they are owed more than $37,000 on a misused grant.

Disaster Recovery Unit seeks $30,000 in misused grant money

By Carrie Bradon | Feb 19, 2019

GRETNA – The State of Louisiana Division of Administration Office of Community Development Disaster Recovery Unit alleges that a woman owes $30,000 in grant money that was misallocated.

Court activity on Feb. 18: Janice Prior vs BP Exploration & Production, Inc.

By The Louisiana Record | Feb 19, 2019

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana reported the following activity in the suit brought by Janice Prior and Barrett Beach Bungalows against BP Exploration & Production, Inc. and John L Crain on Feb. 18: 'Complaint With Jury Demand Against Bayer Ag, Bayer Corporation, Bayer Healthcare Ag, Bayer Healthcare Llc, Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc., Bayer Pharma Ag, Janssen

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