The Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District affirmed the animal abuse conviction of a man whose horse died while pulling a cart.
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An appeals court determined that a woman was unjustly fired from her job at the Circuit Court of Jefferson County.
Thanks to statutes of limitations, a company sued for breach of contract and negligence over an easement allegedly causing erosion was granted its motion for summary judgement in the Missouri Court of Appeals in the Western District on Nov. 13.
Former Washington State researcher's retaliation lawsuit against university gets remanded back to lower court
An appeals court reversed a jury verdict against the Washington University in St. Louis over alleged violations of the Missouri Human Rights Act by discriminating against a researcher with a disability.
Health care provider ordered to hand over some documents in case alleging inhumane conditions at detention center
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division, denied in part and granted in part a man’s request for a subpoena for documents that could prove the City of St. Louis was maintaining inhumane conditions at the St. Louis Medium Security Institution (MSI).
Company that allegedly falsified condition of 1959 Mercedez Benz fails in motion to have case dismissed
A company that allegedly falsified a car’s features failed to get the buyer’s case against it dismissed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division.
Court denies some of Delta R-V School District's motions to dismiss claims in age discrimination case
CAPE GIRARDEAU – The Delta R-V School District and administrators were only partially granted their motions to dismiss a case filed by a science teacher over allegations he was terminated because of his age.
Companies involved in a lawsuit over websites that review dietary supplements will have more time to gather evidence, a federal judge ruled.
ST. LOUIS – Citing the United States of America’s government sovereignty, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit on Nov. 9 affirmed the dismissal of a suit against it over allegations of sexual assault by a priest at an Army medical center.
ST. LOUIS – U.S. Magistrate Judge Noelle C. Collins ironed out the details of a settlement of a wrongful death lawsuit against St. Louis County in the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Missouri for the Eastern Division on Oct. 19.
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division, determined that a pharmacy provider breached its contract when it did not properly collect payments.
Appeals court says Zoological not entitled to summary judgement against man who intended to bring firearm to park
A Missouri appeals court reversed a decision to grant Zoological Park Subdistrict summary judgement in a case involving a man attending the park with a firearm.
A federal judge handed down multiple rulings in a complex wrongful death case after the plaintiff passed away.
A nonprofit civil liberties law firm challenged an executive order preventing it from distributing material to certain government employees.
A Michigan construction company faces a lawsuit from the government for allegedly not paying a subtractor helping to build a levee in Chariton.
An industrial company faces a federal lawsuit for allegedly disposing of hazardous materials in St. Francois County.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis County woman recently filed a federal suit against St. Regis Apartments Inc. and its board of directors for violating the Fair Housing Act, accusing the St. Louis apartment complex of racially discriminating against her after she was awarded a stock certificate for a unit.
ST. LOUIS – On Sept. 6, Hobby Lobby asked a U.S. district court to order one of its former employees to undergo arbitration after it was accused of violating the Missouri Human Rights Act.
ST. LOUIS – On Sept. 10, a Cadet couple sued a handful of respiratory and distribution companies in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri for the Eastern Division after a man was diagnosed with silicosis.
KANSAS CITY – A local food market filed a notice of removal with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri in the Western Division on Sept. 6 in a case filed by a former employee over allegations of gender discrimination and retaliation.