Bott Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge has taken under advisement a motion to certify a class action against Netco over mortgage-related fees.
Weber A former circuit judge says the Madison County asbestos docket suffers from a unique problem.
Reeg U.S. District Judge Phil Gilbert has granted a 28-day stay in proceedings and deadlines in a proposed class action against Syngenta Crop Protection and Syngenta AG.
Tillery's petition to revive $10 billion Price verdict in court May 22; Petition says Justice relied on inaccurate information
Tillery Attorney Stephen Tillery argues that Illinois Supreme Court Justice Rita Garman relied on inaccurate information when she voted to reject a multi-billion dollar Madison County bench verdict over "light" cigarette labeling.
Temporiti ST. LOUIS - Gallop attorney John J. Temporiti has been named as one of the "Most Influential" people in metro St. Louis by the St. Louis Business Journal in the newspaper's February 17-23, 2012 edition.
U.S. Attorney Stephen Wigginton announced that he "anticipates" a press conference will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday "concerning the status of certain ongoing public corruption matters."
An advocate for disbanding the East St. Louis Board of Elections wants a judge to keep the Board from administering the March 20 primary election.
Without a nod from the St. Clair County Democratic Party, candidates in the 20th Judicial Circuit do not do very well in the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) judicial advisory poll.
Prenzler More than $4.4 million in real estate taxes were sold in Madison County on Wednesday to a record number of buyers, according to Treasurer Kurt Prenzler.
Napp More than 90 percent of lawyers who participated in an Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) poll in the Third Judicial Circuit believe that Madison County Associate Judge Kyle Napp meets the requirements of office.
McGlynn Fifth District Appellate Court candidates Stephen McGlynn and Judy Cates both were rated "highly qualified" in an Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) poll conducted of lawyers within the district.
SPRINGFIELD - All candidates for Illinois judicial offices in the March 20 primary election have been rated by Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) evaluation committees, or in a poll conducted by ISBA.
Miller Collinsville Mayor John Miller believes his city's two-tier tow fee structure ($100 and $500) is justifiable and will be upheld in court, despite a class action lawsuit that claims assessing higher fees for drivers arrested on DUI or suspended or revoked license charges violates their due process rights.
Holland An attorney for the City of Granite City says the plaintiff in a proposed class action over certain towing fees failed to exhaust administrative remedies before filing suit.
Cruse Judicial contests in Madison and St. Clair counties, rarities in recent elections, are helping to shape the 2012 political landscape.
Cates Asbestos and class action attorneys are contributing in a big way to the campaign of Fifth District Appellate Court candidate Judy Cates of Swansea.
Tillery U.S. Magistrate Philip Frazier has denied a defendant's motion for a protective order on documents sought in a proposed class action involving atrazine, as well as the company's request for an order prohibiting depositions of witnesses who are not its employees or directors.
Glisson A man has filed suit against the driver who he claims rear-ended the truck in which he was riding, causing him to sustain serious eye injuries.
Fourth District vacates McLean County asbestos conspiracy verdicts; New hearings on whether Honeywell witness must testify
Cook SPRINGFIELD - The Fourth District Appellate Court has vacated two McLean County asbestos conspiracy verdicts, remanding them for new hearings on whether the defendant's expert should be compelled to appear at trial.
Peel The conviction and sentence of former Madison County attorney Gary E. Peel, 67, has been affirmed by a panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.