MT. VERNON -- The Fifth District Appellate Court affirmed a St. Clair County circuit court ruling granting a mother's request to move to North Carolina with her minor children.
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MT. VERNON -- The Fifth District Appellate Court vacated summary judgment for Metro in a man's lawsuit alleging he was assaulted near an East St. Louis Metro station.
CHICAGO -- John Cesario, senior counsel of the Illinois Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission, expressed concern that Illinois will see an increase in attorney's older than 65 years old practicing law over the next decade.
BENTON -- Magistrate Judge Reona Daly granted summary judgment for SSM Healthcare Corporation in a trademark dispute with a healthcare clinic.
MT. VERNON -- The first-degree murder conviction of a St. Clair County man was affirmed by the court, despite claims of ineffective legal counseling.
ST. LOUIS -- Law firm Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale was announced as one of the highest ranking law firms in the nation and the region, as of the U.S. News - Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" ranking.
MT. VERNON -- The case of a Madison County man who slipped and fell at a store parking lot, had a decision about the case affirmed in court - but not in his favor.
Court denies motion for summary judgment on alleged ADA violations involving employee's breast cancer
EAST ST. LOUIS - U.S. District Judge David Herndon denied summary judgment to Gateway Regional Medical Center in an Oct. 30 ruling involving a suit brought by a former employee.
A minor who suffered an overdose of a prescribed medication due to a pharmacy's error will receive a new trial, an appellate court ruled.
A federal judge threw out parts of a business confidentiality dispute involving two physical therapists in a Oct. 2 decision.
A federal judge awarded more than $5 million to the descendants of a Marion man who died after leaving a Veterans Affairs hospital.
A man convicted of attempted burglary will receive a new defense attorney amid questions about his previous attorney's actions in the case.
A Madison County laborer will not receive workers' compensation benefits for abdominal injuries, an appellate court ruled.
A Cahokia School District employee lost an appeal disputing a decision denying her workers' compensation claims.
A man serving 60 years in prison for first-degree murder will not receive a hearing to review his case, an appeals court ruled.
A convicted sex offender cannot reverse his conviction, an appellate court ruled.
The Fifth District Appellate Court upheld a first-degree murder conviction against a man who challenged the verdict over his fitness to stand trial.