A federal judge ruled three employees' age and disability claims against Associated Wholesale Grocers Inc. (AWG) can proceed to trial.
News from August 2018
ST. LOUIS – A driver is alleged to have failed to yield in a St. Louis collision.
ST. LOUIS – The widow of a man killed while riding a bicycle in St. Louis is seeking damages from the motorist who allegedly struck him.
ST. LOUIS – A mother and her children allege they were injured escaping a fire in their apartment building because the property did not have a fire escape.
ST. LOUIS – A credit union alleges an insurance company failed to indemnify it in a lawsuit.
A federal judge threw out a pension-related lawsuit on July 23, ruling a nonprofit hospital with ties to the Roman Catholic Church did not violate retirement plan regulations.
The family of a man who died after being treated at the Kansas City Veterans Affairs Center accuses the Department of Veteran Affairs of neglect and malpractice.
JEFFERSON CITY – Attorney General Josh Hawley recently said he is suing an online furniture company in Wright County for deceptive business practices.
SPRINGFIELD – Two Indiana women recently filed suit against Ripley Entertainment Co. and its subsidiaries for their role in a tragic boating incident in Branson, Missouri, which claimed the lives of 17 people.
Court rules woman's discrimination complaints against National Multiple Sclerosis Society 'sheer speculation'
KANSAS CITY – The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri granted summary judgment on July 10 requested by defendant National Multiple Sclerosis Society in a case brought against it that alleged discriminatory and retaliatory discharge.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) has announced she is drafting legislation regarding the safety of duck boats.
PAULE CAMAZINE & BLUMENTHAL: Lisa Moore and Alan Freed speaking at 18th Annual Misouri Bar Family Law Conference
Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal family law attorneys Lisa G. Moore and Alan E. Freed will be presenting seminars at the 18th Annual Missouri Bar Family Law Conference, being held in Branson, Missouri from August 2 through 4, 2018.
HesseMartone President & CEO, Andy Martone has been named to Super Lawyers.
HeplerBroom recently hosted a one-day employment law seminar at the Edwardsville office.
ARMSTRONG TEASDALE: Intellectual Property Attorney Rachel Bennett Joins Armstrong Teasdale in St. Louis
Armstrong Teasdale, a law firm with offices across the United States, proudly announces the addition of Rachel Bennett to its Intellectual Property practice group in St. Louis, Missouri.
The plaintiff, who is African American, alleges Sodexo, SDH Services East and other employers violated the Missouri Human Rights Act.
ST. LOUIS – A former mechanic alleges his lung cancer was caused by asbestos exposure while working in Maryland.
ST. LOUIS – Damages are sought from a St. Louis man over alleged injuries sustained in a rear-end collision.
KANSAS CITY - Investigations have been launched by various agencies, and civil lawsuits filed, following the Table Rock Lake tragedy on July 19.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis manufacturing company alleges an Illinois independent sales representative has failed to reimburse it monies due and owing.