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  1. Wells v. Edwards (1972)

    Plaintiff, a qualified and registered voter residing in the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana, brings this suit seeking a reapportionment of the judicial districts from which the seven Justices of the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana are elected. She seeks (1) an injunction enjoining the State from holding a scheduled election on August 19, 1972, (2) an order compelling the Legislature of the State of Louisiana to enact a plan of apportionment of judicial districts in accordance [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 72-200
  2. Edwards v. Bardwell (1986)

    Plaintiff initiated this action against Stanford O. Bardwell, Jr., the United States Attorney for this district, and a person identified only as John Doe, under the provisions of 18 U.S.C. § 2520 which authorize a civil action on behalf of any person whose wire or oral communication is intercepted, disclosed or used in violation of the Federal Wiretapping Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2510 et seq. The complaint alleges that Doe intercepted and tape recorded a portion of a conversation between Mr. Edwards [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 85-865-A
  3. American Dairy Queen Corp. v. Tantillo (1982)

    This matter is before the Court on the motion of Charles R. Tantillo, Larry L. Luttjohann, Franchise Development, Dairy Queen of Louisiana, Inc., and Dairy Queen of Prairieville, Inc. to stay all further proceedings pending arbitration of this dispute. The complaint in this matter was filed on June 9, 1981 alleging breach of a territory agreement. The plaintiffs seek an injunction against any continuing violations of the agreement, payment of past due license and advertisement fees, interest on [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 81-435-B
  4. Cason v. Texaco, Inc. (1985)

    Herbert Cason filed this suit alleging certain violations of the Petroleum Marketing and Practices Act ("PMPA")[1] and the Louisiana Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law[2]. Cason contends that Texaco, Inc. ("Texaco") has engaged in unfair trade practices and predatory pricing schemes in an effort to terminate his lease of a service station. According to Cason, Texaco engaged in these alleged practices to transform the plaintiff's dealer operated station into a company operated [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 83-936-B
  5. Resure, Inc. v. Chemical Distributors, Inc. (1996)

    On July 16, 1993, a parked tanker truck exploded in Port Allen, Louisiana, destroying several nearby vehicles and releasing a plume of contaminants into the surrounding atmosphere. A chemical reaction inside the tank caused the explosion. The truck was owned by TMI Enterprise, Inc., and was, at the time of the explosion, leased to defendant Safeway Transportation, Inc. ("Safeway"). The truck had been previously leased to defendant Chemical Distributors, Inc. ("CDI"). The explosion was allegedly [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civil Action No. 95-274-B
  6. Capital Bank & Trust Co. v. Associated Intern. Ins. Co. (1984)

    This matter is before the Court on motion of the plaintiff, Capital Bank and Trust Company (Capital Bank), to remand this action which was removed from the Nineteenth Judicial District Court for the Parish of East Baton Rouge by the defendant, Associated International Insurance Company (Associated). No oral argument is required on this motion.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 83-1152-B
  7. Schwegmann Bros. Giant S. Mkts. v. Louisiana Milk Com'n (1973)

    Schwegmann Brothers Giant Super Markets is a Louisiana partnership which operates several large retail food stores in the New Orleans metropolitan area. Among the food items sold by Schwegmann are frozen desserts such as ice cream, ice milk, sherbert and similar products. In 1965 Schwegmann was doing business with Pure-Vac Dairy Products Corporation, a manufacturer of frozen desserts. Pure-Vac is a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Tennessee, with its principal offices and [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 3166
  8. Ducrest v. Alco Collections, Inc. (1996)

    This matter is before the court on cross motions for summary judgment. Defendant filed a motion for summary judgment and plaintiff filed a motion for partial summary judgment. Defendant has filed an opposition to plaintiff's motion and a supplemental statement of material facts and memorandum supporting its motion. Plaintiff has filed an opposition to defendant's motion. Jurisdiction is based on 28 U.S.C. § 1331.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: 95-1708-A
  9. Marshall v. Circle K Corp. (1989)

    Evelyn Marshall was hired by Circle K Corporation on April 1, 1986. On November 25, 1986, plaintiff's employment was terminated for an alleged violation of company policy.[1] Plaintiff then filed suit contending that her termination constituted breach of contract. She also asserted claims of intentional infliction of emotional distress, defamation, negligent misrepresentation, and equitable estoppel. The defendant has now filed a motion for summary judgment contending that plaintiff's [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 87-1065-B
  10. Hale v. Billups of Gonzales, Inc. (1985)

    This matter is before the Court on the motion of the plaintiffs, George Ann Hale and Ray Lynn Dyer, to remand this action to the Twentieth Judicial District Court, Parish of West Feliciana, State of Louisiana. No oral argument is required on this motion. For reasons which follow, the Court finds that plaintiffs' motion to remand must be denied.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 85-266-B
  11. B-REAL, LLC v. Rogers (2009)

    B-Real LLC ("B-Real") brings this appeal of the bankruptcy court's interlocutory order denying its motion for summary judgment in Adversary Case 08-1011 (doc. 5). Stephen and Julie Rogers ("the Rogers") have responded (doc. 8) and B-Real has filed a reply (doc. 11). This Court has jurisdiction over the appeal pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 158(a)(3).[1] Oral argument with respect to this appeal is not necessary.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civil Action No. 09-15-JJB
  12. Pederson v. Louisiana State University (1996)

    Keith B. Nordyke, Nordyke & Denlinger, Baton Rouge, LA, Thomas L. Krebs, Ritchie & Rediker, P.C., Birmingham, AL, R. Lawrence Ashe, Jr., Nancy E. Ryan, Lynne H. Rambo, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, Atlanta, GA, for plaintiff.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: CV94-247-A-MI
  13. POPLAR GROVE PLTG. & REF. v. Bache Halsey Stuart Inc. (1979)

    In 1974, the plaintiff, Poplar Grove Planting and Refining Co., Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Poplar Grove), opened a sugar commodities trading account with Bache Halsey Stuart Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Bache), out of Bache's Houston office. In its first year in the commodities market, Poplar Grove lost approximately $220,000. The following year the account was transferred to Bache's New Orleans office, where it was assigned to Account Executive James Ghio, for handling. This [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. No. 77-83
  14. Kinabrew v. Emco-Wheaton, Inc. (1996)

    On May 1, 1996, the plaintiff filed a "Motion to Remand." This Court denied the "Motion to Remand" on July 11, 1996. During a scheduling conference held on July 19, 1996, the plaintiff informed this Court of its intent to appeal the denial of the "Motion to Remand." The Court instructed the parties that it would issue written reasons for denying the "Motion to Remand" after a "Notice of Appeal" was filed. The plaintiff was instructed to file a written memorandum setting out the particular [...]

    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civil Action No. 3:96-349
  15. Cook v. Shell Chemical Co.(Shell Oil Co.) (1990)

    This matter is before the court on plaintiff's motion to remand. Defendant, Shell Oil Company, has filed an opposition. Oral argument on this motion was held on January 5, 1990, and the parties were given additional time to file supplemental briefs, which the parties have done.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 89-343-A
  16. England v. New Century Financial Corp. (2005)

    This matter is before the Court on the New Century Defendants' Motion to Reject Conditional Certification of a Collective Action.[1] Plaintiffs have opposed this motion.[2] On March 31, 2005, the Court granted the defendants' motion. The Court now sets forth its reasons for granting defendants' motion.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: CIV.A.03-360-B-M1, No. CIV.A.04-216-B-M1
  17. Brossette v. City of Baton Rouge (1993)

    On March 31, 1989, John Henry Brossette, the owner and operator of the Old Five Crown Social Club, was served with a notice issued by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (ABCB) stating that Brossette had violated Baton Rouge Ordinance 8787, Section 6.A.1(10).[1] Specifically, Brossette was charged with operating his establishment in a manner reasonably anticipated to have an adverse effect on the public health, safety or morals.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civ. A. No. 90-840-B
  18. In Re Knight (1976)

    Carl Knight and Linda Knight were adjudicated bankrupt in a voluntary petition filed on October 7, 1975. Subsequently City National Bank of Baton Rouge filed a creditor's objection to the discharge, alleging that Carl Knight had obtained credit from them by means of a fraudulent financial statement, and urged that this debt be declared by the referee to be nondischargeable under § 17(a)(2) of the Bankruptcy Act, 11 U.S.C. § 35(a)(2). That statute provides, in pertinent part:


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: 75-480, 75-481
  19. O'QUIN v. Verizon Wireless (2003)

    Dan E. West, McGlinchey Stafford Lang, Baton Rouge, LA, Michael G. Horner, Thomas A. Roberts, McGlinchey Stafford, PLLC, New Orleans, LA, for Verizon Wireless fka Primeco Personal Communications, L.P., defendant.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: CIV.A.01-855-D
  20. Tassin v. Sears, Roebuck and Co. (1996)

    Edward F. Kohnke, IV, Francis H. Brown, III, Charles William Belsom, Jr., Frilot, Partridge, Kohnke & Clements, L.C., New Orleans, LA, for Sears, Roebuck and Co., Emerson Electric Co., defendants.


    Court: District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana Docket: Civil Action No. 93-147

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