Opioid Litigation Team
Our Opioid Litigation Team is continuing to track these developments and fighting for the rights of children born opioid dependent. —The American Prospect – Libby Lewis – March 31, 2021
Louisiana Association For Justice
As a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice, we are proud to support the delivery of hot meals to the hard working men and women on the frontlines treating those with COVID-19. We are honored to help our doctors and nurses!
Louisiana State Bar Association (TIPS) Voluntary Mentoring Program.
The transition into practice (TIPS) program matchs one lawyer mentor with one lawyer mentee, allowing more experienced attorneys to share their knowledge with those who are just starting their legal careers. The Bar and the Louisiana Supreme Court see this as an opportunity to exercise the highest level of professionalism. Cooper Law Firm, LLC is […]
Louisiana Bar Foundation Kids’ Chance Scholarship Program
The Louisiana Bar Foundation Kids’ Chance Scholarship Program is the state chapter of a national organization that awards scholarships to the children of Louisiana workers who have been killed or permanently and totally disabled in an accident compensable under astate or federal Workers’ Compensation Act or law. This year it is estimated that more than […]
Rolling Stone: America’s Radioactive Secret
Oil-and-gas wells produce nearly a trillion gallons of toxic waste a year. An investigation shows how it could be making workers sick and contaminating communities across America
Texas Chemical Plant Blast
New questions about cause of massive Texas chemical plant blast At TPC Group’s massive, aging petrochemical plant in Port Neches. Texas, near the Gulf Coast, tit was not supposed to be like this. In 2017, the company reached a deal with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to aggressively monitor the air surrounding the facility for […]
Pike Radiation: School officials ‘frustrated’ with process after positive radioactive tests
“Kids are not coming back to a school which got an early start to the summer break because of radioactive worries. Third party testing has not even been done yet, but school officials in Pike County said they wanted to give parents certainty for the fall. Making things more complicated, the main contact for the […]
Opioid Crises: Morris & Dickson to pay $22 million in civil penalty claims
United States Attorney David C. Joseph announced Friday that Morris & Dickson Company LLC has agreed to pay the United States $22 million in civil penalties to resolve claims that it violated the Controlled Substances Act by failing to report suspicious orders of hydrocodone and oxycodone.
Pike Radiation: Father questions if daughter’s cancer caused by radioactive material.
Father questions if daughter’s cancer caused by radioactive material at Pike Co. school
Pike Radiation: Up to 2,000 or more affected by radioactive material
As many as 2,000 people, or more, may have been adversely affected by the release of radioactive materials from the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant, according to a class-action complaint filed Sunday in federal court in Ohio.