...professor of biochemistry and obstetrics and gynecology at Louisiana State University ("LSU"), appeals the district court's dismissal of his complaint for lack...
Compliance lawyers could take a lesson from Alabama Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban by understanding that leadership and discipline are key to an organization's compliance success
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Mary K. Griffitts, founder of Dallas-based Trial Consulting Enterprises, has snagged a supporting role in an upcoming movie about the only woman ever to die in Louisiana's electric chair. In her real
...sentence and remand for resentencing.I.The Louisiana State University ("LSU") police received information that Perrin, an LSU student, was trading images of...
...macular degeneration, alleges that her former employer, the Louisiana State University Foundation ("LSU Foundation"), the Board of Supervisors of Louisiana State University ("LSU Board"), and...
...toxicology. While obtaining his doctorate, and thereafter as a postdoctoral fellow at LSU, Kunsman researched how alcohol alone or in combination with a commonly-used...
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