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News from March 2019
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Supreme Court recently ruled in a 4-3 decision that a plaintiff in a class action against Johnson & Johnson over ovarian cancer claims should have his case addressed in St. Louis County Circuit Court, not St. Louis City Circuit Court.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Kansas City attorney Michael Joseph Gunter, who was placed probation in 2017 after an alleged consensual sexual relationship with a client, has successfully completed his probation, according to a March 1 Missouri Supreme Court order.
Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal founding attorney Alisse Camazine has been named to the board of Gateway to Hope.
HeplerBroom is proud to announce that Gerard (Jerry) Noce has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the Award of Honor presented by the Lawyers Association of St. Louis.
.Bharat Varadachari will be among the featured speakers at the 2019 Claims and Litigation Management Alliance conference.
Rob Browning, of counsel in Armstrong Teasdale’s Corporate Services practice group, has been named one of the “Top 100 St. Louisans to Know to Succeed in Business” by St. Louis Small Business Monthly.
On February 21, Thompson Coburn litigation partner Felicia Williams was honored by the St. Louis American at the 9th Annual Salute to Young Leaders reception.
State Senate OKs bill that restricts out-of-state plaintiffs from being added to Missourians' lawsuits
Senate Bill 7 now goes to House
JEFFERSON CITY – Suspended Independence attorney and former Jackson County Executive Michael D. Sanders has been voluntarily disbarred following a March 5 Missouri Supreme Court order after his guilty plea last year to a wire fraud charge.
ST. LOUIS – A recent Missouri Supreme Court decision regarding a talc lawsuit could help reduce the liability that Johnson & Johnson faces in light of allegations that its talc products could cause cancer.
INDEPENDENCE – A county and transportation agency's failure to develop a recreational trail along a former railway line under the provisions of a federal law makes it easier for landowners to block its development and file lawsuits under state law, according to one property law expert.
The American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service has recognized Husch Blackwell as an ABA Free Legal Answers 2018 Pro Bono Leader.
HeplerBroom is one of the sponsors of the upcoming two-day Midwest LGBTQIA Rights Conference.
Armstrong Teasdale is proud to announce the addition of Joshua C. Sindeland Jason R. Stavely. Both will join the firm’s Employment and Labor practice in the St. Louis office.
MISSOURI ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Schmitt and the Federal Trade Commission Secure Record $30 Million in Sweepstakes Scam Case
The operators of a sweepstakes scam that appeared to target senior citizens have agreed to forfeit a record $30 million in cash and assets and will be permanently banned from the prize promotion business under a settlement secured by the Federal Trade Commission and the State of Missouri.
LEWIS BRISBOIS: Lewis Brisbois Strengthens Kansas City Commercial Litigation Practice With Two New Partners
Lewis Brisbois has boosted its Complex Business & Commercial Litigation Practice by bringing on seasoned litigators Leonard B. Rose and Greer S. Lang as partners in its Kansas City, Missouri office.
Johnson & Johnson, not asked to testify on talc, alleges Congressional hearing was biased against it
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Johnson & Johnson, a company facing enormous liability concerns stemming from thousands of lawsuits that claim there is cancer-causing asbestos in its products, believes a Democrat-led House hearing on the alleged dangers of talc and consumer products was biased against it.
A resident physician’s undetected error may have cost a patient her life during treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center – just the type of case Nashville attorney Brian Cummings seeks to address.
JEFFERSON CITY – Suspended Forsyth attorney Marcus A. Glass was disbarred by default following a March 5 Missouri Supreme Court order over unspecified professional conduct rules violations.