SAINT LOUIS – A former student at Saint Louis University (SLU) recently filed a federal lawsuit seeking damages from the school and another student claiming she suffered months of emotional,physical and sexual abuse.
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KANSAS CITY – Pamela Young has sued Ripley Entertainment after her son and husband died and her daughter was injured following the sinking of a duck boat on Table Rock Lake.
ST. LOUIS – John Ryan claims a St. Louis Planned Parenthood employee deliberately lied, defamed him and violated his First Amendment and Fourth Amendment rights.
ST. LOUIS – A circuit court has denied a motion to dismiss filed by the Bank of Washington regarding land for a new National Geospatial Intelligence Agency facility.
Federal court rules that PELRA does not infringe on First Amendment rights of in-home parent caregivers
ST. LOUIS – A group of parents who provide in-home care for their disabled children have lost an appeal in regards to union representation.
JEFFERSON CITY – The president and CEO of Associated Industries of Missouri recently said the nonprofit business association was very surprised by the recent decision in a injury suit in California regarding the herbicide Roundup manufactured by Mansanto.
Two homeless high school students and their mothers brought a federal lawsuit against the Riverview Gardens School District on Aug. 13, claiming the school board does not accommodate their socioeconomic status.
ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) – A federal court has granted parts of a motion to dismiss a lawsuit that claims Old Charter Bourbon is reaping the benefits of a false and misleading label.
A recent 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling may put more pressure on legal associations and banks to reign in accounts that lend themselves to illegal activity by lawyers, a researcher says.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned a decision of a Missouri court, ruling that a health insurance company has the right to use a lien on client’s funds.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Supreme Court recently ruled that unless the state was the main place of business for companies filing a lawsuit, Missouri courts do not have jurisdiction over their tort complaints.
ST. CHARLES COUNTY — A Missouri appeals court has upheld a referendum that prevents the use of red-light cameras in St. Charles County.