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Experian dismissed from consumer's lawsuit over credit information

ST. LOUIS – Experian Information Solutions Inc. on March 2 was dismissed from a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court Eastern District of Missouri brought by a woman who alleged the company was provided false credit information regarding her from Fidelity Information Corp.

Court says National Credit Adjusters violated FDCPA

KANSAS CITY – The U.S. Court for the Western District of Missouri on Feb 23 awarded a St. Joseph man $5,065 after a debt collector went after him directly allegedly ignoring the attorney who he had hired to handle the issue.

Missouri AG files suit against councilwoman for alleged files deletion

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley described the lawsuits his office initiated last month, including one that accused Jefferson County Councilwoman Renee Reuter of improperly ordering the destruction of records in violation of the state’s “Sunshine Law,” an upholding of the public’s right to information.

Missouri court rules asbestos-exposure case can't repeat lawsuit after diagnosis change

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri has rejected the lawsuit of plaintiffs seeking damages for a relative who died from an asbestos-related disease, saying the issue had already been decided in an earlier hearing.

Law school dean: No big drop in new lawyer hires despite recent layoffs

ST. LOUIS – The dean of career services for the St. Louis University School of Law, one of the premiere law schools in the country, said the recent layoffs of attorneys by one of the largest firms in the Midwest does not mean fewer new attorneys out of law school are being hired.