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Cutco salesman says he lost a kidney after a knife cut through his sales bag and punctured his side

By Gabriel Neves | Nov 8, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A former Cutco Stores worker is suing the company over allegations of negligence and strict liability after his kidney was damaged when he was punctured by one of the knives in his sales bag.

Attorney says camera footage supports man's allegations MetroLink security guards assaulted him

By Gabriel Neves | Nov 2, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man is suing MetroLink over an assault that allegedly occurred last January while he was trying to catch a train at Civic Center station.

St. Louis man sues MetroLink over alleged assault by security guards at station

By Gabriel Neves | Nov 1, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man who claims he was assaulted at a MetroLink station is suing the company for injuries allegedly caused by its security personnel.

Wells Fargo claims former employees who started their own firm violated confidentiality agreements

By Gabriel Neves | Oct 31, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A group of former Wells Fargo employees in the St. Louis area are being sued by the bank over allegations they violated confidentiality agreements after they left their employment to start their own firm.

Worker claims race discrimination in suit against Southwest Airlines over firing

By Gabriel Neves | Oct 25, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A St. Charles County man recently filed a suit against Southwest Airlines alleging race discrimination after being terminated from his job because of a disagreement.

City, police face multiple civil rights lawsuits from 2017 protesters

By Gabriel Neves | Oct 4, 2018

City, police face multiple civil rights lawsuits from 2017 protesters

St. Louis attorney hoping suits filed in wake of Stockley protests will change way police deal with demonstrators

By Gabriel Neves | Oct 1, 2018

ST. LOUIS – More than a dozen people who were corralled by police and arrested during demonstrations following the 2017 acquittal of St. Louis Police Officer Jason Stockley in the 2011 death of Anthony Lamar Smith are now suing the city.

St. Louis alderwoman sues city over tear gas at demonstration

By Gabriel Neves | Sep 30, 2018

A St. Louis alderwoman who participated in the protests after the acquittal of a police officer charged with murder recently brought a federal lawsuit against the city over the police response to the demonstrations.

Court denies motion to strike in a construction payment dispute

By Gabriel Neves | Aug 17, 2018

Dairy Farmers of America and Big-D Construction survived a challenge to their defenses in lawsuit with Springfield Engineering Company.

Class action against Walmart over sales tax moved back to state court

By Gabriel Neves | Aug 17, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A suit filed by a group of consumers against Walmart over allegations it overcharged sales tax on certain online-ordered items has returned to state court.

Insurer 'has duty to defend' Lincoln County in rights suit related to murder case, court says

By Gabriel Neves | Aug 16, 2018

ST. LOUIS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri recently denied an insurance company's claim that it was not obligated to defend Lincoln County and Detective Michael Merkel in a civil rights suit related to a murder case.

Appeals court denies Jeep owner's claim that automaker misrepresented safety issues

By Gabriel Neves | Aug 16, 2018

ST. LOUIS – The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently granted Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) a summary judgment in a lawsuit claiming the automaker made misrepresentations about safety issues concerning some of its Jeep vehicles.

10 Missouri counties suing drug firms to recover costs of fighting opioid epidemic

By Gabriel Neves | Aug 6, 2018

ST. LOUIS – Ten Missouri counties, including Jefferson, and the city of Joplin are suing pharmacies, distributors, manufacturers and so-called "pill mills" for the costs of fighting the opioid epidemic.

Hawley suing Wright County online furniture company for deceptive practices

By Gabriel Neves | Aug 2, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY – Attorney General Josh Hawley recently said he is suing an online furniture company in Wright County for deceptive business practices.

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