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Swanson Martin & Bell expands offices in Madison County, St. Louis

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | Jun 12, 2017

Swanson Martin & Bell adds four attorneys from Heyl Royster and Pitzer Snodgrass.

Supreme Court continues e-filing transition with new digital deadlines

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | Jun 12, 2017

SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois Supreme Court announced on May 30 amendments to its statewide plan of converting to a digital filing system.

Scott Bibb historical marker to be unveiled this month in Alton

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | Jun 8, 2017

An Illinois historical marker will be unveiled this month to honor an African American man who fought for his children’s civil rights in the 1800s.

Edwardsville attorney Walton named president of Madison County Bar Association

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | Jun 2, 2017

Attorney Troy Walton of Walton Telken & Foster in Edwardsville has been named president of the Madison County Bar Association.

Herndon sets pretrial orders on hair dye lawsuit involving hundreds of plaintiffs

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | May 22, 2017

U.S. District Judge David Herndon entered a case coordination order in litigation against Just for Men hair coloring products that involving approximately 1,200 men in 11 cases in Illinois.

Settlement reached in suit alleging woman injured when elevator suddenly stopped

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | Apr 18, 2017

East St. Louis — A settlement was reached in a nursing home employee's suit alleging she was injured in an elevator when it abruptly stopped and caused her to fall. 

Convicted man to finally recieve full sentencing in St. Clair County

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | Mar 14, 2017

A St. Clair County circuit court will have to finish sentencing a shooter convicted on five felony counts before the defense can appeal, a March 10 hearing before an appeals court found.

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