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S & C Concrete allegedly failed to submit reports, payment contributions

ST. LOUIS — Trustee representatives are suing a concrete company, citing alleged violation of workers compensation acts.

Judge issues mixed ruling in Behr's motion to dismiss deck paint suit

U.S. District Judge Carol Jackson of the Eastern District of Missouri has granted in part and denied in part a paint maker's motion to dismiss a breach of warranty suit over its Premium DeckOver Coating.

Fabrictech 2000 claims furniture company infringed on its trademark

ST. LOUIS — Mattress and pillow protectors manufacturer is suing a furniture company, citing alleged trademark infringement and unfair competition.

Wellston councilperson claims her free-speech rights were violated

ST. LOUIS — A Wellston councilperson is suing the city, citing alleged breach of duty.

Child accuses St. Louis City School District of denial of free education

ST. LOUIS — A minor child with disabilities is suing St. Louis City School District, citing alleged denial of free education.

Federal court issues mixed ruling in Regal Beloit Inc. patent dispute case

U.S. District Judge Jean Hamilton issued a mixed ruling in a patent infringement dispute.

Law Prof: Home health FLSA class likely faces decertification battle

A federal district court has granted conditional certification to a class of home health care nurses who allege workers in three states were not compensated for working off the clock.

Labor Department says Missouri Freight Equipment owner mishandled withholdings

ST. LOUIS — The U.S. Secretary of Labor is suing the president/director of Missouri Freight Equipment, alleging violation of Workers' Compensation acts.

UNK Flooring allegedly failed to pay required contributions

ST. LOUIS — Trust representatives are suing a carpet and wood flooring installation company, citing alleged violation of workers compensation acts.

Kane International accuses urethane ink manufacturer of breaching supply, secrecy agreements

ST. LOUIS — A urethane ink resins supplier is suing a urethane ink manufacturer, citing alleged breach of contract and unjust enrichment.

iSee Store Innovations members accuse other members of breaching contract

ST. LOUIS — Members of a global design company are suing former members, citing alleged breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets.

Group alleges Claymont Development failed to make payment contributions

ST. LOUIS — Trust representatives are suing a construction company, citing alleged breach of contract and violation of workers compensation acts.

CR Drain allegedly failed to submit reports, payment contributions

ST. LOUIS — Trust representatives are suing a plumbing company, citing alleged breach of contract and violation of workers compensation acts.

Henry Glasser Construction allegedly failed to pay required contributions

ST. LOUIS — Trust representatives are suing a construction company, citing alleged breach of contract and violation of workers' compensation acts.

Medtronic accused of negligence by allegedly failing to properly treat patient

ST. LOUIS — A woman is suing a physician and medical facilities, citing alleged medical negligence by failing to meet required standard of due care.

Class action filed against Receivable Solutions over alleged debt collection practices

ST. LOUIS — An Oklahoma consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit against a debt collector with offices in St. Louis following alleged repeated cellphone calls he received without consent.

Man accuses TPP Regency of failing to abide by ADA guidelines

ST. LOUIS — A Johnson County, Indiana, man is suing a property owner of Regency Plaza, citing alleged disability discrimination.

St. Louis labor group trustees claim contractor failed to pay monthly contributions

ST. LOUIS — Trustees of a labor group are suing Blast Technology Inc., citing alleged violation of workers compensation acts.

St. Louis man alleges medical negligence resulted in untimely death of his father

ST. LOUIS — A St. Louis man is suing a public entity, citing alleged medical negligence due to failure to properly administer a stress test.

Labor group trustees claim Hackman Brothers failed to pay contributions

ST. LOUIS — Trustees of a labor group are suing an oil company, citing alleged violation of workers compensation acts.