KANSAS CITY – A Kansas City photographer is suing a law firm for allegedly using one of his images of the city's downtown on its website without permission or payment.
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KANSAS CITY – A Missouri-based market research company recently filed a federal suit against a national polling firm alleging trademark infringement.
Neosho-based feed industry vitamin maker seeks injunction claiming former employee stole trade secrets
JOPLIN – A Missouri manufacturer and distributor of vitamins and nutritional additives to the animal feed industry petitioned for an immediate injunction against two former employees and a competing company in a recently filed federal suit alleging theft of trade secrets.
KANSAS CITY – An Exeter lumberyard's suit claiming that a $1.3 million sawmill system it bought was not capable of doing the job the seller claimed it would was recently moved to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri.
CAPE GIRARDEAU - Two consolidated complaints have been filed in federal court in Missouri accusing two major agri-chemical companies of producing a herbicide that led to collateral damage to millions of acres of crops across the country.
KANSAS CITY - Investigations have been launched by various agencies, and civil lawsuits filed, following the Table Rock Lake tragedy on July 19.
Two attorneys in a St. Louis law firm earned honors for being among the top younger practitioners in the country.
ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) – The makers of prescription eye drops are asking a federal court to dismiss a class action that claims the containers dispense too much medicine into the eye.
A federal court in Delaware recently ordered the transfer to Missouri of a case involving a trio of investors claiming malpractice by attorneys they retained to represent them in an unsuccessful suit against an un-named corporation.
CAPE GIRARDEAU – A case centered on a seed and herbicide produced by Monsanto, which has pitted farmer against farmer, has been remanded back to the Mississippi County Circuit Court.
ST. LOUIS – A federal judge has remanded to state court a case in which a fired employee accused a company of violating his human rights.
Judge issues summary judgment in favor of St. Luke's hospital in technician's wrongful termination case
ST. LOUIS – A surgical technician employed by a hospital group with a facility in Missouri has failed in her claim that she was fired in violation of provisions of the federal Family Medical Leave Act.
ST. LOUIS – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division, recently decided that a case involving a Missouri woman claiming her house and all its contents were destroyed in a fire caused by a defective table lamp will remain in federal court.
An international business consultancy and information technology firm is asking a Missouri judge to transfer a case against it to federal court.
A California woman who claims to have suffered serious injury from the use of a birth control ring is suing several companies now linked to the product.
CAPE GIRARDEAU – A couple is suing a Missouri construction firm and others over claims that they "defectively performed almost every aspect" of the building of a new house on land they owned.
ST. LOUIS – A Missouri man sentenced to 26 years in prison on a drug charge that was later vacated is suing a county sheriff and wants approximately $2 million.
ST LOUIS – A Missouri inmate is suing a doctor he claims failed to provide proper care following a knee replacement surgery.
Hawley likely seeking to determine connection between Google, Facebook data practices, attorney says
ST. LOUIS — Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley appears to be trying to find out whether personal information held by Facebook can be connected to what consumers share by using Google's Android phones, according to a lawyer following the Hawley's aggressive pursuit of the companies.
More aggressive defenses expected in asbestos cases as new information emerges of other cancer causes
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Companies named in asbestos lawsuits may employ more aggressive defenses as information emerges that other factors can cause the particular type of cancer that leads to the costliest settlements and verdicts.