Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth took summary judgment under advisement in a class action alleging an additional $1 filing fee for FOID cards in Illinois is unlawful.
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Bankruptcy judge denies motion to dismiss Bestwall’s Chapter 11 case; Beyer: Bestwall’s case ‘wrongfully motivated’ but justified by ‘sufficient financial distress’
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Bankruptcy judge Laura T. Beyer said Bestwall LLC’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition under Section 524(g) was “wrongfully motivated” but denied the Official Committee of Asbestos Claimants' motion to dismiss for filing in bad faith.
Attorneys John Hipskind and Brady McAninch of Belleville have been selected as part of the 2019 Super Lawyers list of Rising Stars for Illinois.
A Madison County jury returned a verdict in favor of St. Anthony’s Medical Center and a physician in a medical malpractice suit alleging a patient’s bladder was lacerated during a laproscopy procedure.
Madison County Circuit Judge Sarah Smith will preside over a case management conference Feb. 15 in a suit involving a Madison collision in which the plaintiff was awarded $50,000 in arbitration in June.
Dugan partially grants motion to dismiss legal malpractice suit involving $780K Madison County jury verdict
Madison County Circuit Judge David Dugan granted in part an Edwardsville law firm and two attorneys’ motion to dismiss a former client’s legal malpractice lawsuit alleging negligent representation resulted in a $780,000 jury verdict.
District Judge Staci Yandle set a motion hearing for next month to address a U.S. attorney’s motion to dismiss an opioid suit against drug maker UCB and retailer CVS that he claims wasted the government’s time.
A motorist’s suit alleging he was injured in a Washington Park collision is at trial in St. Clair County Circuit Judge Chris Kolker’s courtroom.
The City of Alton seeks to dismiss a lawsuit alleging residents’ titles were slandered when it failed to deliver grass-cutting liens personally or by certified mail.
The company suing drug maker UCB and retailer CVS filed a response to a U.S. attorney's motion to dismiss the suit for allegedly wasting the government’s time, arguing that its kickback claims have merit.
Two insurance professionals in have come to an agreement with regards to the plaintiff’s request for attorney’s fees in a suit involving a joint venture to provide insurance brokerage services to Bethalto Community Unit School District #8.
Asbestos attorney Barry Julian of Gori & Julian has been appointed an associate judge in Madison County to fill the vacancy left when Sarah Smith was elected circuit judge.
Defendants accused of participating in a Madison County bid-rigging scheme allege circumstantial evidence is insufficient
Several defendants accused of participating in an alleged bid-rigging conspiracy with former Madison County Treasurer Fred Bathon argue in reply memorandums that the plaintiffs rely on circumstantial evidence in their third amended complaint.
A medical malpractice suit alleging a woman’s bladder was lacerated during a laproscopy procedure is at trial in Madison County Associate Judge Stobbs’ courtroom.
A St. Clair County tax buyer accused of participating in a bid-rigging scheme is suing Madison County Board Chairman Kurt Prenzler and several others for allegedly fabricating the claims as a political stunt.
A hearing on settlement approval has been set for next month in a class action alleging the Village of Swansea charges St. Clair Township residents higher sewer fees than Swansea residents.