ST. LOUIS – A man alleges exposure to lead-based paint at a rental property in St. Louis during his childhood has caused him injury.
ST. LOUIS – A female professor at Washington University has filed a suit over allegations of sex discrimination.
ST. LOUIS – An insurance company alleges a driver has failed and refused to pay it to recover the amount it paid to its insured over damages sustained in an auto accident.
ST. LOUIS – An installation technician alleges he was misclassified as an independent contractor and was not paid overtime wages.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis consumer alleges that a California corporation is using a false and misleading label on one of its food products.
Woman's suit against C.R. Bard, Davol claims she suffered injuries from defective hernia mesh product
ST. LOUIS – A woman recently filed suit against C.R. Bard and Davol Inc. claiming she suffered injuries from a hernia mesh product they manufactured.
Judge tosses suit against Frontenac filed by The Grove Assisted Living over failure to state a claim
ST. LOUIS – An Eastern District of Missouri judge has dismissed a case against a local municipality brought on by a senior living home.
ST. LOUIS – Primerica Life Insurance Co. is seeking a court's help regarding a claim for life insurance benefits filed by a woman who has been charged with a first-degree murder in connection with her husband's death.
Judge grants summary judgment in favor of St. Louis in former employee's religious discrimination suit
ST. LOUIS – An Eastern District of Missouri Judge has granted two motions for summary judgment in a religious discrimination case filed by a St. Louis worker.
ST. LOUIS – A federal judge has granted a defendant named in a False Claims Act lawsuit summary judgment in a case brought by a public sector worker who alleged it was involved in a "pay-to-play" scheme.
ST. LOUIS – A federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division, recently issued a mixed ruling in a 9-year-old racketeering lawsuit brought by dozens of plaintiffs against more than 40 defendants involving allegations of a nationwide "pre-need" funeral services scheme.
The Show-Me Institute says the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Janus v. the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) won't have a huge impact in Missouri because the state already doesn't allow agency fees to be taken from employees' salaries.
ST. LOUIS – A former executive director for a St. Louis business alleges he was terminated after returning from a medical leave.
ST. LOUIS – A legally blind teacher alleges she was terminated because of her disability.
ST. LOUIS – A liability insurer alleges a St. Louis business supplied unleaded fuel instead of diesel and damaged a truck.
A pharmacy services administrative organization (PSAO) is suing Express Scripts Inc. alleging it is suppressing competition in pharmacy markets.
ST. LOUIS – An African-American woman alleges that a white police officer violated her constitutional rights when he responded to a domestic incident.
ST. LOUIS – Defense attorneys representing Johnson & Johnson in a lawsuit accusing the company of producing asbestos-laced baby powder that gave 22 women ovarian cancer sought once again to show that the women had prior family histories of cancer---unrelated to talc powder use.
JEFFERSON CITY – While paralegals certainly have more technology and resources to do their jobs, that additional tech doesn't seem to be why it is more noticeable when attorneys risk being disciplined allegedly for not properly supervising their support staff, experts in the field said in recent interviews.