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BAR / DISCIPLINARY / ETHICS

1.Judge was not governed by Code of Ethics.
Charles R. Jones v. Louisiana Board of Ethics, 2018-C-1744 (La. 03/18/2019) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 27, Issue 3
     Plaintiff Charles R. Jones is a retired Chief Judge of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal. As an appellate court chief judge, he was required to serve on the state Commiss... view full summary
CONTRACTS

2.Court reinstates award to delivery truck owner for cost of engine repairs and lost business.
Workbox, LLC v. Kenworth of South Louisiana, LLC, 2019-C-132 (La. 03/18/19) [1 p.]
From LSCR Volume 27, Issue 3
     In 2007 plaintiff purchased a 2006 Kenworth T800 series truck and placed it into service as part of its fleet of delivery trucks. In June 2011 the truck's engine was consu... view full summary
TORTS

3.Court reinstates summary judgment for shopping center owner in suit by patron shot in parking lot.
Reuben Ellis v. Quincy T. Quiett, 2019-C-0065 (La. 03/25/19) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 27, Issue 3
     Plaza Holdings, LLC, the owner of a shopping center, leased a portion of the space to Good Life Productions, Inc. to operate an establishment called Bella Noche. ... view full summary
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

4.City's zoning violation claim against industrial facility on Mississippi batture had not prescribed.
Wood Materials, LLC v. City of Harahan, 2019-C-0018 (La. 03/25/19) [3 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 27, Issue 3
     Since the 1960s plaintiffs, Wood Materials, LLC and Wood Resources, LLC, have been involved in various activities at their industrial materials facility on the... view full summary
TAXATION

5.Justin Ulrich v. Kimberly Robinson, Secretary of the Louisiana Dept. of Revenue, 2018-CA-0534 (La. 03/26/19) [15 pp.]
Suit by plaintiffs denied solar electric system tax credits was moot.
From LSCR Volume 27, Issue 3
     In 2015 plaintiffs purchased and installed residential solar systems. They expected to receive a $12,500 tax credit for solar electric systems that was then provided by La... view full summary
CRIMINAL

6.Court of appeal applied incorrect standard to determine whether error in admitting highly prejudicial Facebook photograph was harmless.
State v. Kyvonte Latrell Eaglin, 2018-K-0822 (La. 03/18/19) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 27, Issue 3
     In August 2015 defendant went to a party at the American Legion Hall in Jennings. A fight broke out, and defendant retrieved a gun from his vehicle. Shots from one or more... view full summary
7.Court reinstates obstruction of justice conviction in connection with New Orleans murder.
State v. Khoi Q. Hoang, 2017-K-0100 (La. 03/26/19) [19 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 27, Issue 3
     Defendant was indicted for conspiracy to commit second degree murder, solicitation to commit second degree murder, second degree murder, and obstruction... view full summary