ST. LOUIS – A woman injured in a collision with an uninsured motorist in St. Louis alleges her insurer has breached their contract.
The legal battle between State Line Bag company and CompanionLabs, an apparrel company, will continue after a federal judge found the two entities had a viable contract.
ST. LOUIS – A Kansas City company alleges $650,000 worth of equipment was destroyed in a St. Louis warehouse fire.
ST. LOUIS – A California corporation is seeking compensation from the owners of a St. Louis warehouse after a fire destroyed its property.
ST. LOUIS – A subcontractor alleges it is still owed for work performed on a St. Louis property.
ST. LOUIS – Ross Dress for Less Inc. is suing St. Louis Retail Outlet, doing business as St. Louis Mills Mall in Hazelwood, for not honoring lease provisions that allow the retailer to pay less in rent when the occupancy level of the mall falls below 60 percent.
A federal judge dismissed a contract dispute between Diabetic Care RX and Express Scripts, citing a binding arbitration agreement.
Oscar Wilson Engines & Parts alleges warehouse owners failed to prevent fire that destroyed $1.3 million in inventory
ST. LOUIS – An automotive parts supplier alleges more than $1 million in inventory was destroyed in a St. Louis warehouse fire.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis manufacturing company alleges an Illinois independent sales representative has failed to reimburse it monies due and owing.
ST. LOUIS – A man injured as a passenger in a St. Louis collision is seeking damages from a driver and insurance driver.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man alleges that his short-term disability benefits were wrongfully terminated.
A federal judge will allow expert testimony from a software developer defending itself in a contract dispute with Penske Trucking Leasing Company.
ST. LOUIS – A trucking company's request to set aside a verdict and grant a new trial in breach of contract dispute with a freight broker was recently denied in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.
ST. LOUIS – Three St. Louis limited liability companies are alleged to have failed to pay for waste and storm water services.
ST. LOUIS – The buyer of a property of 18 single-family units in St. Louis alleges that the seller falsely disclosed that the property did not have any lead-based hazards.
A federal judge will allow a lawsuit involving Jacobsen Warehouse Company and Schnuck Market Inc. to proceed.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis company alleges it was not paid in full for its services on a renovation project at the Gateway Arch Visitor's Center.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis County man is seeking declaration that he is entitled to lawful ownership of a property he leases.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis corporation alleges that it is owed unpaid rent for a property in the city.