A scheduling conference has been set for Oct. 7 in a suit between parties fighting over who has ownership of the term "Who Dat."
Larry Flynt's Hustler Club in the French Quarter is claiming that its neighbor, the Utopia Night Club, is threatening to closed down a fire alley in between the two buildings, thus forcing the city of New Orleans to revoke the strip club's license, according to documents filed in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
Didriksen The owner of a consulting company is suing members of an Orleans Parish law firm for damages he may suffer if a previously-filed lawsuit is unsuccessful.
A mortgage servicing company is accusing an Iberia Parish woman of stealing insurance proceeds.
U.S. District Judge Eldon E. Fallon on Wednesday denied an injunction sought by plaintiffs suing a rival company for allegedly stealing Gulf oil-spill cleanup technology.
An Orleans Parish woman is asking to be reinstated as executor of her deceased husband's will.
An Orleans Parish contractor is accusing homeowners of trying to force him into doing more work without more pay.
An Orleans Parish couple is suing an insurance company for property damage caused by Hurricane Katrina.
Wolff Orleans Parish Civil District Judge Ethel Julien will hear a plaintiff motion to extend discovery in a suit against the city of New Orleans involving a 2003 gas leak.
Beck Preventing further oil spill from the Deepwater Horizon rig takes priority over preserving evidence, U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier ruled on Aug. 29.
Barbier Cameron International dropped its bid to replace U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier as pretrial judge over oil spill litigation from five states.
Bourque A captain of the M/V BJ 102 has filed a lawsuit after his vessel was intentionally rammed by another vessel while his was spudded down along the banks of Louisiana in Lafourche Parish.
A Lafayette resident has filed a lawsuit for personal injuries he received after he was allegedly dumped out of a personnel basket during a transfer from an oil platform to a vessel.
Hatch A St. Bernard Parish resident has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the Federal Emergency Management Agency after sustaining injuries in a rear-end collision.
A Slidell resident has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $4 million after allegedly falling through a broken railing on board the M/V Admiral.
Jones An Orleans Parish man is suing his former employers after allegedly being injured twice on the job.
Rodney An infamous 2003 school shooting is the subject of three motions to be heard by Judge Robin Giarusso in Orleans Parish Civil District Court on Sept. 7.
A Louisiana resident has filed a lawsuit against a Virginia truck driver after a 2009 automobile wreck.
Hymel A subcontractor involved in the Gulf oil spill cleanup effort accuses a competitor of stealing a newly-developed technology used to skim and extract oil in shallow and environmentally-sensitive areas.
In a recently-filed lawsuit, a former employee of Hydril Co. is claiming she suffered such severe racial ridicule that she was forced to seek medical treatment and take disability leave.