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 Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility violation and then file a federal
Jefferson Parish Land Loss Suit Dismissed
By Matthew Smith on
The first of many coastal land loss lawsuits filed by Louisiana coastal parishes has proceeded to judgment, with the result being the dismissal of the case based on the failure to exhaust administrative remedies prior to filing suit.
Since the filing of the politically-charged Southeastern Louisiana Flood Protection Authority lawsuit, four parishes – Plaquemines, Jefferson,…