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Ex-Washington University legal clinic director among four attorneys suspended

A former director of a Washington University non-profit legal clinic for practicing law was among four attorneys suspended by the Missouri Supreme Court in June, according to recent announcements by the Missouri State Bar.

GTS Limited LC accused of breaching lease and sale agreement

A lessee is suing GTS Limited LC and Jean McClendon, property owners, for allegedly breaching a lease and sale agreement.

Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District accuses property owner of refusing to pay for services

A municipal corporation that operates a waste water system is suing a property owner for allegedly refusing to pay for the services she accepted.

Former employee accuses automotive business of violating Missouri law

A former employee is suing the owners and operators of an automotive business for alleged wrongful termination.

Motorist, passenger sue other motorist is St. Louis City Circuit Court

A motorist and passenger are suing Shirley Moore, another motorist, for alleged negligence.

Phoenix Home Care accused of not complying with settlement agreement over death of girl

The parents of a deceased patient have filed a lawsuit against Phoenix Home Care for alleged breach of a settlement agreement.

Missouri Seventeen Properties LLC, others accused of failing to keep handrails safe

A resident is suing property owners and operators for allegedly failing to keep stairway handrails safe.

Legally blind woman accuses Missouri Department of Social Services Family Support Division of discrimination

A blind African-American woman is suing the Missouri Department of Social Services Family Support Division Rehabilitation Services for the Blind and Larry Branson for alleged discrimination.

Ballpark Village accused of disability discrimination

An individual with a disability is suing Ballpark Village Holdings Block 350 LLC for alleged disability discrimination.

Mother claims St. Louis Police Department responsible for wrongful death of child

A mother is suing the St. Louis Police Pepartment and its police officers for an alleged breach of duty that resulted in a wrongful death of her child.

Independent Taxi Drivers Association 'optimistically' awaiting appeal ruling

The Independent Taxi Drivers Association is “optimistically” awaiting a judge’s imminent appeal ruling in its ongoing battle with the Metro Taxicab Commission over the issuance of taxi permits.

The Corner Pub & Grill allegedly failed to take safety measures

A customer is suing OG Hospitality Group LLC d/b/a The Corner Pub & Grill for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit allows creditors to seek claims totaling more than $5 million

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has affirmed a ruling from a Nebraska federal court that denied discharging debts in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.

Union Pacific Railroad granted summary judgment in signal foreman’s injury claim

Union Pacific Railroad has been granted summary judgment in a case brought by an injured signal foreman who claims injuries from moving a generator from a depot in Scott City to a signal cabinet.

Federal appeals court rejects immunity defense by City of Ferguson

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has rejected the qualified immunity defense put up by the City of Ferguson and its police involving the claims of Michael Brown's companion Dorian Johnson.

National Healthcare Collections LLC accused of misrepresentation in debt collection

A consumer is suing a debt collector, citing alleged misrepresentation in debt collection.

Parents of deceased child accuse Hardee's, CKE Restaurant Holdings Inc. of failing to maintain safe play area

The parents of a deceased child are suing CKE Restaurant Holdings Inc., Hardee's and others for allegedly failure to maintain its play area that resulted to fatal injuries.

Saint Charles County law enforcement accused of false arrest and imprisonment

A man is suing Saint Charles County, Cpl. Robert Bell III and Lt. Mark O'Neill for alleged false arrest and false imprisonment.

USCIS accused of unlawfully delaying immigration application

A St. Louis resident is suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and Secretary of DHS John F. Kelley for an alleged unlawful delay in an application for permanent residency.

Mallinckrodt Public Limited Company, others accused of breach of fiduciary duties

A stock purchase representative has filed suit against a pharmaceutical company and its directors, citing alleged breach of fiduciary duty.