KANSAS CITY – The Good Food Institute plans to appeal a ruling made by a federal judge earlier this month who refused to block a Missouri law that would ban companies from labeling products that were plant-based or meat substitutes as meat.
JEFFERSON CITY – Digital workplace apps are becoming commonplace for office interactions, offering a streamlined approach to employee growth and relationship through a single portal that’s easy to manage is tempting. But at what cost?
Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced a multistate settlement involving 41 states and the District of Columbia that will require Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Ethicon, Inc. to pay nearly $116.9 million, including over $2.4 million for Missouri specifically, for their deceptive marketing of transvaginal surgical mesh devices.
WASHINGTON – A two-year-old U.S. Supreme Court ruling cited this month in vacated verdicts against talcum powder producers could well have bearing on St. Louis Circuit Court's high 'judicial hellhole' ranking.
The St. Louis 22nd Judicial Circuit Court reported the following activities in the suit brought by Gerrie A Carrabine and John J Carrabine against 3M Company, Armstrong International Inc., Beazer East Inc., Bechtel Corporation, Brand Insulations Inc, Cbs Corporation, Certain Teed Corporation, Crane Co, Crown Cork & Seal USA Inc., Ferro Engineering, Foseco Inc, Foster Wheeler Llc, General Electric