Cabbies Accuse Cantrell’s Go-To Lawyers of Assisting Uber in Beating 37,000 Violations in 2018, Which May Have Cost the City More Than $33 Million

January 18, 2024

In typical David vs. Goliath fashion, in a Civil District Court filing on January 16, 2024, Sher Garner-  a politically connected firm favored by Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s administration and thought to be still on contract to represent her office – apparently ganged up against “the little guy” taxi cab drivers in 2018 to deep-six more […]

New Orleans On Track To Become Fiscally Stable

August 7, 2019

On Tuesday, the Revenue Estimating Conference (REC) updated their estimate of the City’s revenue for the 2019 fiscal year to show that New Orleans is on track to reduce their reliance on one-time revenue. They are also closer to eliminating the use of the balance fund to fill any budget holes. “If things continue on […]

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