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Neosho-based feed industry vitamin maker seeks injunction claiming former employee stole trade secrets

By John Breslin | Oct 18, 2018

JOPLIN – A Missouri manufacturer and distributor of vitamins and nutritional additives to the animal feed industry petitioned for an immediate injunction against two former employees and a competing company in a recently filed federal suit alleging theft of trade secrets.

Lumberyard sues over purchase of $1.3 million sawmill system it claims did not work

By John Breslin | Oct 18, 2018

KANSAS CITY – An Exeter lumberyard's suit claiming that a $1.3 million sawmill system it bought was not capable of doing the job the seller claimed it would was recently moved to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri.

Woman alleges she was not notified stolen vehicle was recovered by St. Louis until two years later

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Oct 18, 2018

ST. LOUIS – The owner of a stolen vehicle alleges the city of St. Louis recovered the vehicle in 2016 and the city did not notify her of it until August of this year.

Business owners allege Danna McKitrick PC advice in bankruptcy proceeding caused damages

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Oct 18, 2018

ST. LOUIS – Two business owners allege they were damaged because of the advice of a St. Louis law firm.

Owner of parked vehicle struck when driver allegedly violated stop sign seeks $9,000 in damages

By Lhalie Castillo | Oct 16, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis County man alleges his vehicle was a total loss after a driver ran a stop sign and struck his parked vehicle.

Progressive Advanced Insurance seeks more than $30,000 from driver over crash

By Lhalie Castillo | Oct 16, 2018

ST. LOUIS – An insurance company is seeking more than $30,000 from a driver who allegedly failed to obey traffic control device.

Wrongful death case dismissed after plaintiff passes away, judge rules

By Charmaine Little | Oct 13, 2018

A federal judge handed down multiple rulings in a complex wrongful death case after the plaintiff passed away.

Executive order violates Constitution, nonprofit says

By Charmaine Little | Oct 13, 2018

A nonprofit civil liberties law firm challenged an executive order preventing it from distributing material to certain government employees.

AAA Insurance alleged to have refused woman's claim for uninsured motorist benefits

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Oct 12, 2018

ST. LOUIS – An insurance company is alleged to have failed and refused a Missouri driver's claim for damages after she was struck by an unknown driver.

Government accuses company of disposing of hazardous waste near residential area

By Charmaine Little | Oct 12, 2018

An industrial company faces a federal lawsuit for allegedly disposing of hazardous materials in St. Francois County.

Missouri Department of Mental Health employees dropped from lawsuit over death of disabled man

By Carrie Bradon | Oct 12, 2018

KANSAS CITY – Missouri Department of Mental Health employees have been removed from a lawsuit concerning the death of a mentally disabled man after his body was found in April 2017.

Mother of Ladue Horton Watkins soccer player files gender discrimination suit after son doesn't make team

By Carrie Bradon | Oct 12, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A mother of a soccer player filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of her son after she alleged that her son was not allowed to play on Ladue Horton Watkins High junior varsity team and that the rules for the girls' and boys' varsity vary unfairly.

Woman who inherited apartment accuses St. Regis complex of racial discrimination

By Charmaine Little | Oct 11, 2018

ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis County woman recently filed a federal suit against St. Regis Apartments Inc. and its board of directors for violating the Fair Housing Act, accusing the St. Louis apartment complex of racially discriminating against her after she was awarded a stock certificate for a unit.

Professor says attorney general's office will continue suit challenging University of Missouri gun ban

By Carrie Bradon | Oct 11, 2018

A University of Missouri law professor was recently dismissed from a suit he filed against the university seeking to have the institution's ban on guns invalidated.

Highway Patrol sergeant's discrimination suit tossed, attorney says they will appeal

By Carrie Bradon | Oct 11, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY – A U.S. district magistrate judge dismissed a lawsuit from a Missouri State Highway Patrol sergeant after the sergeant claimed that the details of a drowning were being covered up.

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