JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley has joined AGs from 10 other states to ask the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to set tighter production quotas on opioids.
ST. LOUIS – A former mechanic and construction worker alleges he was exposed to asbestos while on job sites in South Dakota and caused injury.
ST. LOUIS – A man formerly employed by various companies in Indiana alleges exposure to asbestos in the workplace caused him to develop lung cancer.
ST. LOUIS – A couple alleges the husband's exposure to asbestos during his career caused him to develop mesothelioma.
ST. LOUIS – A man alleges he developed lung cancer as a result of exposure to asbestos while employed by various companies in St. Louis and Illinois.
ST. LOUIS — A brakeman/conductor is suing Norfolk Southern Railway Co., alleging an unsafe work environment.
Judge dismisses Navient's motion to dismiss lawsuit over alleged violation of Fair Debt Collections Act
ST. LOUIS - U.S. District Judge Jean Hamilton of the Eastern District of Missouri has denied student loan provider Navient Solutions' motion to dismiss a lawsuit involving alleged violations of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA).
ST. LOUIS — A man's surviving heirs are suing numerous asbestos products manufacturers, citing alleged negligence.
ST. LOUIS — A husband and wife are suing a number of companies, citing alleged negligence.
ST. LOUIS — A son is suing asbestos products manufacturers, citing alleged negligence.
CAPE GIRARDEAU — A customer is suing a retail store operator, citing alleged negligence.
ST. LOUIS — A former laborer is suing various entities, citing alleged negligence.
ST. LOUIS — A couple is suing a number of corporations, alleging that they failed to warn individuals of the harmful effects of asbestos.
ST. LOUIS — Pharmacy benefit managers are suing a pharmaceutical company citing alleged breach of rebate agreements.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A recent Missouri Supreme Court ruling regarding jurisdiction that looks like a win for the business community doesn’t negate the need for legislation reforming the way the state’s courts settle venue and joinder matters, civil justice reform advocates say.