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Houston lawyer Lanier opens trial against J&J in St. Louis alleging asbestos in talcum powder caused ovarian cancer

By Record News | Jun 6, 2018

ST. LOUIS - Just before Houston plaintiff attorney Mark Lanier wrapped up opening arguments Wednesday morning on behalf of 77 women claiming asbestos in talcum powder caused ovarian cancer he told jurors about a study of infants who had been born dead.

Second deposition of Greitens’ investigator set Thursday; Gov’s attorney says Tisaby lied and Gardner encouraged lies

By Record News | Apr 25, 2018

ST. LOUIS – Governor Eric Greitens alleges in a motion to dismiss a felony charge of privacy invasion that investigator William Tisaby committed perjury and circuit attorney Kim Gardner suborned it.

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McCaskill donors include Who’s Who list of plaintiff attorneys; Simmons’ attorneys account for $200K

By Record News | Mar 12, 2018

WASHINGTON – Attorney John Simmons of Alton and 35 other Simmons Hanly Conroy lawyers each gave Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill $5,400 last year, Federal Election Commission records show.

Group hired by Gardner to investigate Greitens owes back taxes; Delaware may void business June 1

By Record News | Mar 9, 2018

ST. LOUIS – Enterra LLC, the company charging Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner $250 an hour to investigate Gov. Eric Greitens, hasn’t filed annual reports or anything else in the state where it organized or the state where it operates.

Amtrak allegedly failed to keep workplace safe, causing injury to employee

By STL Record | Jun 24, 2017

ST. LOUIS — An employee is suing a rail travel service, alleging negligence for an unsafe workplace.

Citifinancial Servicing accused of telephone harassment in attempt to collect debt

By STL Record | May 16, 2017

ST. LOUIS — A Clarke County, Mississippi, consumer is suing a St. Charles County-based debt collector, citing alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.

NFL defeated St. Louis promoters’ lawsuit 20 years ago; New suit echoes the old one

By Record News | Apr 18, 2017

Titans of 20th Century government lured the Rams football franchise to St. Louis on desperate terms, and a suit filed in the ‘90s to cover the resulting losses failed.

Missouri AG takes action against 5 Star Paving over allegations of violating consumer laws

By STL Record | Jan 30, 2017

ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) – Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a civil lawsuit against 5 Star Paving, Christopher Haynes, Charles Haynes, Nancy Haynes and Randy Williams over allegations of violating state consumer laws by taking money for asphalt jobs and then failing to complete promised work.

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