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Supreme Court rules man filed timely claim against debt collecting attorney

A Missouri Supreme Court judge has reversed a lower court’s decision to dismiss a debt collection case against an attorney for LifeSmile Dental Care.

Judge affirms $600,000 award to Johnson Controls for legal costs in slip and fall case

A Missouri appellate court judge has affirmed a trial court’s judgement to award Johnson Controls over $600,000 for its legal expenses related to a personal injury lawsuit.

Judge allows peach farm's Monsanto, BASF herbicide lawsuit to go forward

A lawsuit against Monsanto and BASF corporations over the spraying of dicamba dirt that allegedly damaged neighboring crops will move forward after a federal judge denied a motion to dismiss the case.

Overly informative credit card receipts not enough to sustain Exxon Mobil lawsuit

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Exxon Mobil Corporation and two private convenience store operators who printed more information than was necessary on customer credit card receipts.

Judge limits trooper testimony in Toyota rollover lawsuit

A federal judge has partially denied a motion to exclude the testimony of a trooper who investigated a rollover accident that resulted in a lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corporation.

Court nixes $13 million award in pollution suit against Schaeffler Group USA

A split federal appeals court has nixed a $13 million punitive damages award for a woman who claimed leaked chemicals from a Missouri ball bearing plant gave her an autoimmune disorder.

Speculation not enough to prove breach in American Piping lawsuit

Court affirms dismissal of suit against American Piping Products for flawed steel tubing.

Missouri woman must sell stake in inheritance to her brother

SPRINGFIELD – A Missouri woman has lost a bid to overturn a court order compelling her to sell her brother some of the land she will inherit from their mother.

Jury must decide who pays for cleanup of Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant

KANSAS CITY – A federal judge has ruled that a jury will decide whether a pollution liability insurer must indemnify the developer of a former U.S. Army munitions plant for the cleanup of a heavily polluted site.