Plaintiff lawyers are funneling millions of dollars into two last-minute campaigns against 15th Judicial District Court Judge Marilyn Castle, who is seeking to fill an open seat on the Louisiana
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The trial lawyers are trying to buy the Third District seat on the Louisiana Supreme Court. Their candidate is Jimmy Genovese who is running against conservative Marilyn Castle. The trial
Throughout this election cycle, personal injury trial lawyers have been relentless in their efforts to expand their already-powerful political influence in Louisiana. Emboldened by the current state of the judiciary
There are the deep connections between former Gov. Edwin Edwards and State Rep. John Bel Edwards. While they share the same last name, Edwards & Edwards are not related… but
Once again, we have proof that St. John Bel is going to put entrenched special interests over the people of Louisiana. Last night, David Vitter was the only gubernatorial candidate
Today, the trial lawyer funded Gumbo PAC released an ad featuring “Republicans” who will not vote for David Vitter in the runoff. One of those “registered Republicans” featured was Baton
A Jeff Landry supporter, who requested anonymity, sent The Hayride this video comparing “The Buddy System” to Huey Long, the
State Sen. Dan Claitor (R-Baton Rouge) has faced an unexpectedly tough challenge from businessman Scott McKnight. McKnight has raised more
Today in The News Star, Public Service Commissioner “Bananas” Foster Campbell announced that he was taking his name off a
Class actions are in a class by themselves when it comes to generating multimillion dollar fees for lawyers. Unfortunately, this
…or at least that’s the impression you might get if you look at the campaign finance report he filed yesterday.
Irony can be pretty rich sometimes … and a handful of trial lawyers are taking that logic all the way
From a press release Rep. Steve Scalise’s office just put out… In a letter to the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection
Personal injury lawyers are pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into the Louisiana Supreme Court race, hoping to elect their