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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Foti v. Holliday

... cause of action. The court concluded Ms. Holliday's simultaneous holding of the incompatible full-time positions giving rise to the instant proceeding was adverse to the public's interest and, thus, prohibited under La. RS 42:63 ...

La. State Bar Ass'n v. CARR AND ASSOCIATES

... Finally, the participation of all of the individual members of the LSBA is not necessary for a proper adjudication of the injunction issue, since a single attorney could potentially bring this action for injunctive relief to serve the public interest of only permitting licensed lawyers to act ...

City of Baton Rouge v. Douglas

... Courts will not invalidate such settlements absent a strong showing that they violate good morals or the public interest because of error, bad faith, or fraud. Autin-Germany v. Germany, 00-1924 (La.App. 5 Cir. 4/11/01), 789 So.2d 608, 613. ...