Are more lawsuits the answer to our sluggish economy? Certain trial lawyers seem to think so. They are working hard to make lawsuits a growing and thriving industry. They are exhibiting the same zeal, entrepreneurialism, and creativity as the small business innovators who are leading our economic recovery. The difference is that lawsuits undermine businesses of all sizes, our competitiveness, and our
Simmons Forty corporations that bargained their way out of a Madison County benzene exposure suit left 3M standing alone to show they should have resisted instead.
Cialkowski An epidemiologist testifying for 3M in a Madison County benzene trial told jurors Thursday that studies indicate that benzene does not cause the type of cancer at issue in plaintiff Veto Kleinaitis's case.
Scott A case management conference is set next week in a series of proposed class actions over water contamination allegedly caused by a common weed killer.
Crowder Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder will hear pending motions in a series of proposed class actions stemming from alleged water contamination by a common weed-killer.
Crowder Seven named plaintiffs in a series of proposed class actions aimed at the makers of a common weed killer will remain in Madison County, a judge has ruled.
Crowder Another defendant in a series of six proposed class actions over alleged water contamination by a popular weed killer has filed to dismiss.
Tillery A defendant in one of a series of proposed Madison County class action suits over alleged water contamination by a common weed killer is moving to dismiss.
Matoesian The widow of a man who allegedly died from an asbestos-related disease wants to put off a legal malpractice trial against several prominent Madison County attorneys.
Tillery Both parties in a series of proposed Madison County water contamination class actions have filed supporting materials in their struggle over venue.