JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is in search of witnesses to the horrors of opioid addiction and the effects that it causes in an attempt to fight pharmaceutical companies.
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JEFFERSON CITY – Several proposals that aim at reforming civil justice in the state of Missouri are now being considered in the General Assembly.
Attorney: Politicians' 'lack of leadership' on opioid crisis 'leaves Missourians addicted and dying'
JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is attempting to fight the pharmaceutical companies through showing people the horrors of opioid addiction.
Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry VP: SB 65 'would be a big part on improving' state's lawsuit climate
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.
JEFFERSON CITY -- Senate Bill 65 is making its way through the senate. The proposal promises to make awarding of punitive damages more difficult for those that cannot prove the actual harm.
ST. LOUIS – A new bill that has just passed the state Senate aims to change the way evidence in tort cases is handled.
ST LOUIS – A bill that passed the state Senate promises to reform how tort cases involving vehicle accidents are handled in the state.
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.
A Navy veteran who worked as a missile technician is suing manufacturer 3M for problems caused by a defective earplug used in combat.
A Kansas City photographer who took a famous "Plaza Lights" photo is suing a real estate firm alleging it used the picture without permission.
A Kansas woman who underwent a shoulder surgery at a Missouri clinic is suing the medical group and the doctor alleging they acted negligently.
ST. LOUIS – A federal court has granted the plaintiffs a leave to amend their complaint in a suit against Walmart over an allegedly deceptive label on a glucosamine dietary supplement.
ST. LOUIS – A federal court has granted one defendant's motion to dismiss a woman's suit over allegations that the use of talc products caused her malignant peritoneal mesothelioma.
An employee of a healthcare company who sued her employer and health insurance provider over a breach of contract has obtained a victory in court.
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.
ST. LOUIS – A federal appellate court has declined to reverse a judgment in a police officer's favor in a case filed by a man who allegedly was injured at a concert in Kansas City by the officer.
Attorney General Schmitt announces $120M settlement for Johnson & Johnson's metal-on-metal hip implant devices
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.
Supreme Court reverses decision in lawsuit claiming employment discrimination based on national origin
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.
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Supreme Court recently suspended Sedalia attorney R. Scott Gardner who was working on an estate and requested a payment for a fee against a circuit court order.