Oestreicher wins settlement, and cookie name crumbles

A federal judge signed a lawsuit settlement in which a Los Angeles woman will retain the sole rights to her brand of cookie confections.

New Orleans lawyer, David W. Oestreicher, II, filed the suit on behalf of Phyllis Hoffman, who operated a mail order cookie business in New Orleans, where she also delivered to homes and businesses.

“We feel we have protected the integrity of the product,” Oestreicher said of the suit settlement agreed to by both sides.

Oestreichers Donate Historic Capa Photo to WWII Museum

“Dodging enemy fire, an American Doughboy advances on the double past the outskirts of embattled Cherbourg.” So reads, the caption, typed on back the original print of a historic photo made by Robert Capa just three weeks after the D-Day landing at Normandy in June, 1944. The caption says, “Isolated German units are still fighting furiously…

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Oestreicher Named to Patriots Circle at WWII Museum

New Orleans attorney, David Oestreicher, has been named to the Patriots Circle at the National World War II Museum. The Patriots Circle represents a special group of Americans dedicated to preserving the artifacts and personal accounts that serve as examples of teamwork, courage, sacrifice and leadership exemplified by the men and women of the World War II generation….

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Case against ambulance manufacturer spurs investigative journalism on WWL-TV

Eyewitness News, Channel 4-WWL-TV in New Orleans launched an investigative report about the safety (or lack thereof) of some of the City’s ambulance fleet following a jury verdict in a trial where New Orleans Lawyer David Oestreicher represented a victim who was injured while on duty as a paramedic for the City of New Orleans…

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