By Sam LumpkinRich McConnell, and Esteban Herrera 

On March 13, 2018, the US Court of Federal Claims sided with landowners seeking compensation from the US Army Corps of Engineers for increased flooding caused by the Corps’ management of the Missouri River. In Ideker Farms, Inc., et al. v. The United States,

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By Price Barker, Brian Carnie, and Michael Lowe

Disability access lawsuits have become a cottage industry and they have found their way into Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas.  Most are brought by the serial litigants working with same law firm.  These plaintiffs visit a business for the primary purpose of discovering an Americans with

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By Kevin C. Curry

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has granted tax relief to postpone various tax filing and payment deadlines for certain filings or payments that were due on or after August 11, 2016.  The relief postpones the filing deadlines or payment deadlines until January 17, 2017.  Therefore, this extension will include the September

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By Claire Juneau

In the wake of recent flooding in Louisiana, Governor Edwards has issued Executive Order JBE 2016-53, suspending all legal deadlines, including liberative prescriptive and peremptive periods, in all state courts and regulatory agencies. The order applies retroactively from Friday, August 12, 2016, and will last through Friday, September 9, 2016, providing a