OF THE SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA
handed down on the 2nd day of March, 2005,
are as follows:
BY KIMBALL, J.:
-0100 RONALD K. TRAHAN v. COCA
COLA BOTTLING COMPANY UNITED, INC.
(Office of Workers' Compensation District 3)
For the reasons stated herein, the judgments of the
Office of Workers' Compensation and the court of appeal
CALOGERO, C.J., concurs and assigns reasons.
VICTORY, J., dissents and assigns reasons.
TRAYLOR, J., dissents.
BY VICTORY, J.:
-1314 VICKI COUDRAIN LANZA v. LOUIS LANZA (Parish
For the reasons stated herein, the judgment of the
2004-C -1756 court of appeal is affirmed
and the matter is remanded to the trial court for
further proceedings in accordance
with this opinion.
JOHNSON, J., concurs.
BY TRAYLOR, J.:
LAKE CHARLES PILOTS, INC. v. LOUISIANA PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION (Parish of E. Baton Rouge)
2004-CA-1191 CITGO PETROLEUM
CORPORATION AND CONOCO, INC. v.
LOUISIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
(Parish of E.
The writs in 2004-CD-0914 and 2004-CD-0917 are denied.
The motion to dismiss appeals filed by CITGO and Conoco
is also denied. Furthermore, pursuant to Act 902 of
the 2004 Regular Legislative Session, which amended
La. R.S. 34:1121, this matter is remanded to the Pilotage
Fee Commission for a determination of the fees and tariffs
BY KNOLL, J.:
R. J. MESSINGER, INC. v. CARL D. ROSENBLUM AND KATHRYN
L. KNAUSS-ROSENBLUM C/W CARL D. ROSENBLUM AND KATHRYN
L. KNAUSS-ROSENBLUM v. R. J. MESSINGER, INC. (Parish
For the above and foregoing reasons, the judgment of
the court of appeal dismissing relators' appeal is vacated
and set aside. This matter is remanded to the court
of appeal for further proceedings consistent with the
views expressed herein.
VACATED AND REMANDED.
JOHNSON, J., concurs.
-2604 IN RE: CRAIG J. HATTIER
Upon review of the findings and recommendations of the
hearing committee and disciplinary board, and considering
the record, briefs, and oral argument, it is ordered
that Craig Joseph Hattier, Louisiana Bar Roll number
6651, be and he hereby is disbarred. His name shall
be stricken from the roll of attorneys and his license
to practice law in the State of Louisiana shall be revoked,
retroactive to his March 27, 2002 interim suspension.
All costs and expenses in the matter are assessed against
respondent in accordance with Supreme Court Rule XIX,
§ 10.1, with legal interest to commence thirty
days from the date of finality of this court's judgment