ST. LOUIS – A lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri on Sept. 24 by BASF Corp. over allegations of a requirements agreement breach by defendant Complete AB Truck and RV Repair of St. Louis LLC.
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ST. LOUIS – Animal feed additive company Nutra-Blend LLC filed a lawsuit in federal court on Sept. 25 against Missouri-based Animal Nutrition Inc., alleging that it failed to pay for products it received and subsequently sold to its customers.
St. Louis alderwoman sues city alleging rights violations amid 2017 protest following Stockley acquittal
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Alderwoman Megan Ellyia Green recently filed a federal suit against the City of St. Louis and unnamed St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) officers alleging violations of her First, Fourth and 14th Amendment rights amid protests that followed the 2017 acquittal of Officer Jason Stockley in the death of Anthony Lamar Smith.
ST. LOUIS – Renal Treatment Centers-Illinois Inc., doing business as St. Louis Dialysis Center, was recently named named in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the children of 68-year-old Barbara Brown, who died in 2016 after receiving treatment at the St. Louis nephrology center.
A bakery company and snack distributor recently sought to move a contract dispute to federal court.
The Administrative Hearing Commission of the State of Missouri filed a stipulation on Aug. 30 that resolved two due process complaints for alleged violations under the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA).
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Attorney General Joshua Hawley has filed a lawsuit against the owners and operators of a duck boat involved in a fatal crash to stop them from operating or selling the amphibious passenger vehicles in the future.
A class-action lawsuit against O’Reilly Auto Parts and a tractor hydraulic fluid manufacturer may move to federal court.
A scientist and professional photographer accuses a local pest control company of illegally using his photos on its website.
Two area law schools will hold panels in September on increasing diversity in the securities industry.
Court rules woman's discrimination complaints against National Multiple Sclerosis Society 'sheer speculation'
KANSAS CITY – The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri granted summary judgment on July 10 requested by defendant National Multiple Sclerosis Society in a case brought against it that alleged discriminatory and retaliatory discharge.
In a billing dispute over medical supplies, Primary Care Pharmacy alleges that Express Scripts "improperly recouped" more than a half-million dollars.
ST. LOUIS – A trucking company's request to set aside a verdict and grant a new trial in breach of contract dispute with a freight broker was recently denied in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.
A federal judge will allow a lawsuit involving Jacobsen Warehouse Company and Schnuck Market Inc. to proceed.
Federal judge remands construction company's suit against insurer to St. Charles County Circuit Court
ST. LOUIS – The U.S. District Court of Eastern District of Missouri recently ordered Wright Construction Services’ negligence suit against Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and St. Charles Insurance Agency (SCIA) be tried in St. Charles County Circuit Court.