Fast and Furious…IRS targeting of conservatives…IRS destruction of evidence in the midst of an investigation…Veterans’ Administration fabrication of evidence…Benghazi…Eric Holder perjury…GSA Las Vegas extravaganzas…Solyndra…New Black Panthers…release of convicted violent illegal aliens…then there is Hillary (private servers, destruction of evidence, lying to Congress and the FBI, extremely careless actions putting our nation and people at risk).
Simmons Foundation gave $2.5 million to Columbia Univ. over four years; Simmons firm received 26 asbestos referrals over same period
On Nov. 30, jurors found former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver guilty of giving state funds to Dr. Robert Taub while making money on referrals from him. The Simmons Foundation in 2010 executed a contract with Taub's research center at Columbia University, pledging $3.15 million in five years.
Tillery An attorney who will share close to $35 million in fees by way of a recent class action settlement in federal court, is seeking at least $18,000 in fees from the University of Chicago in related state court litigation.
Tillery Class action lawyer Stephen Tillery spent four hours attacking the integrity of a professor who estimated that a statewide ban on weed killer atrazine would wipe out 48,000 jobs at a hearing on Nov. 2.
Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court John G. Roberts, Jr. has appointed bankruptcy attorney David A. Lander of Gallop, Johnson & Neuman in St. Louis to serve a second, three-year term on the Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules, a unit of the nation's Judiciary system whose members develop policy and recommendations generally impacting all U.S. bankruptcy courts and their procedures.
Tillery After accusations of fraud and barbs over a highly contentious discovery process, the parties in one of a series of class actions brought against the makers of the weed killer atrazine spent most of the day in a closed courtroom with Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge reviewing disputed documents.
Tillery Lead plaintiff Holiday Shores Sanitary District is asking Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge to limit the scope covered by two subpoenas issued to expert witnesses in a proposed class action over the weed killer atrazine.
Hylla Madison County Circuit Judge David Hylla took summary judgment moves in a case brought against a Granite City women's clinic and its staff under advisement, although he told defense attorneys on Friday morning that he believed they had "a pretty good case."
The parties in a battery case brought against a Granite City women's clinic and its staff have filed supplemental materials related to summary judgment moves that will be argued later this month.
A hearing on summary judgment and other motions in a battery case filed against a Granite City women's clinic is now set for May.
Mudge Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge has ordered Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. to turn over public relations and other documents that the company had claimed were privileged to plaintiff Holiday Shores Sanitary District.
Tillery Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. has filed two responses to sanctions moves aimed at it by the lead plaintiff in a proposed class action over alleged water contamination caused by the company's weed killer, atrazine.
Madison County Circuit Judge David Hylla is set to hear arguments on several summary judgment moves filed by a Granite City women's clinic and its staff members in a battery suit brought by a woman who sought an abortion there three years ago.
Tillery Lead plaintiff Holiday Shores Sanitary District has asked Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge to order defendant Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. to turn over documents related to Chicago public relations firm Jayne Thompson & Associates (JTA) that it claims are not privileged.
Reeg A Friday hearinA Friday hearing is off in one of a series of proposed class actions brought against the makers of the weed killer atrazine.
A hearing on summary judgment moves by defendants in a battery suit brought against a Granite City abortion clinic, its staff, doctors and the University of Chicago Medical Center has been pushed off again.