Berniard A Georgia resident is suing Depuy Orthopedics Inc. and Johnson & Johnson ServiceA Georgia resident is suing Depuy Orthopedics Inc. and Johnson & Johnson Services over an allegedly defective hip replacement device.s over an allegedly defective hip replacement device.
City Bar has filed a lawsuit against Jefferson Parish in an effort to prevent enforcement of new zoning regulations in Fat City.
A respiratory therapist has filed a lawsuit claiming she was terminated after requesting accommodations for her disability and for reporting that her supervisor spit in her face.
A St. Tammany Parish resident has filed a lawsuit against Texas Roadhouse restaurant after allegedly sustaining injuries during a slip and fall incident.
A seaman is suing for $2.5 million after a hydraulic hose blew and knocked him down.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing several Louisiana companies, alleging they allowed an employee to be subjected to sexual harassment then fired her once she complained.
New Orleans property owners are suing the city's Redevelopment Authority to release title on their property.
Landrieu The city of New Orleans has pledged to appeal a ruling by the Louisiana 4th Circuit Court of Appeals which upheld a ruling in Orleans Parish Civil District Court which deemed the city's red light traffic cameras illegal.
Barbier U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier has appointed 17 attorneys to serve in leadership roles in the federal multidistrict litigation (MDL) against BP and other companies associated with the Deepwater Horizon explosion and ensuing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
A liability suit involving a 2003 school shooting at a New Orleans high school began Oct. 11 in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
A former employee of the New Orleans Regional Business Park has filed a lawsuit in an attempt to recover unpaid wages.
Defense counsel in a suit against Entergy Inc. counters that a plaintiff's claims in Orleans Parish Civil District Court have prescribed and the lawsuit should be dismissed.
Sutterfield An Orleans Parish Civil District Court jury ruled Thursday that a plaintiff was not entitled to any damages in a racetrack liability suit involving the Churchill Downs Louisiana Horseracing Company.
Despite reports that their differences had been settled, Barry Kern's suit to oust his father as head of the family company remains on file in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
Two lawyers await Supreme Court discipline for tampering with a witness, and two await discipline for keeping fees they didn't earn.
Holtzman NEW ORLEANS – Borrowers who pursued a class action against Dean Morris law firm, banks, and mortgage service companies under state fraud and conversion laws for five years now propose to press their claims under federal law.
Smythe A debt collector is facing a lawsuit after a collection agent called the consumer's parents and discussed the consumer's debt.
A seaman has filed a lawsuit against his employer for failing to properly supervise the crew after he tripped over an oar.
A Wal-Mart shopper is suing the retail store after she slipped and fell on an unknown substance that was left on the floor.
A seaman is suing for $2 million after he fell on a vessel's stairway and sustained injuries.