Break-Loux et al v. Bossier Parish School Board

Plaintiff: Terry Loux and Evelyn Break-Loux
Defendant: School Board of Bossier Parish
Case Number: 5:2014cv01011
Filed: May 19, 2014
Court: Louisiana Western District Court
Office: Shreveport Office
County: Bossier
Presiding Judge: Elizabeth E Foote
Referring Judge: Karen L Hayes
Nature of Suit: Americans with Disabilities - Other
Cause of Action: 42:12101
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Defendant: School Board of Bossier Parish
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Plaintiff: Terry Loux
Represented By: Christopher William Bennett
Represented By: James E Bolin, Jr
Represented By: Michael Anthony Zimmerman
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Plaintiff: Evelyn Break-Loux
Represented By: Christopher William Bennett
Represented By: James E Bolin, Jr
Represented By: Michael Anthony Zimmerman
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