JEFFERSON CITY – Several civil justice reforms are being considered in the Missouri legislature, but one that would reform how punitive damages are awarded would go a long way toward improving the state's business climate, according to a state industry leader.
ST. LOUIS – A recent Missouri Supreme Court decision regarding a talc lawsuit could help reduce the liability that Johnson & Johnson faces in light of allegations that its talc products could cause cancer.
ST. LOUIS – A recent Missouri Supreme Court decision on talc-related lawsuits could help reduced the liability that Johnson & Johnson faces over claims that the company's talc products may lead to cancer.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt has announced a settlement of $120 million with Medical Device Business Inc. (formerly known as DePuy), and its parent company Johnson & Johnson, regarding unlawful promotion of Medical Device Business' hip implant devices.
KANSAS CITY – The Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, recently affirmed a Cole County Circuit Court decision against the county's prosecutor for denying a request for public documents regarding prosecution of drug dealers under Sunshine Law.
EFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Supreme court recently reversed a St. Louis Circuit Court ruling regarding a lawsuit filed by a former professor at Harris-Stowe University who claimed she lost her teaching job because of retaliation and her national origin.