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Scott Credit Union admits fraud, denies liability in former NFL player’s suit

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | May 3, 2016

Scott Credit Union admits that former Business Relationship Manager Theodore Longust embezzled funds and created fictitious loans, but denies that it is liable for his criminal conduct in a former St. Louis Cardinals football player’s suit alleging fraud.

Judge Kelley denies dismissal in former NFL player’s suit against Scott Credit Union

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Mar 1, 2016

St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley denied Scott Credit Union’s motion to dismiss a former St. Louis Cardinals football player’s suit alleging consumer fraud.

Judge Kelley grants motion to quash and portion of motion to dismiss in former NFL player’s suit alleging fraud

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Nov 17, 2015

After granting several Scott Credit Union officers’ motion to quash and portions of the bank’s motion to dismiss a former St. Louis Cardinals football player’s suit alleging consumer fraud, St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley provided the plaintiffs time to amend their complaint.

Scott Credit Union officers file motion to quash service of summons in former NFL player and St. Louis man’s suit alleging fraud

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Aug 10, 2015

Several Scott Credit Union officers claim a former St. Louis Cardinals football player and a St. Louis man’s attempt to serve summons was inappropriate and unauthorized in a suit alleging consumer.

Attorney fires back at other attorney over alleged debt allegations

By Christina Stueve | Jul 2, 2012

Bitzer Defendant William Berry filed a motion to dismiss June 26 after being sued by a Collinsville attorney.

Collinsville attorney sues Belleville attorney over debt

By Kelly Holleran | Jun 20, 2012

Bitzer A Collinsville attorney claims he is owed more than $15,000 after he was paid with a check from a checking account that contained inadequate expenses.

Gatekeeper: Garage attendant Ed Wall gets to know his customers with a smile

By Christina Stueve | Dec 8, 2011

Ed Wall at his post at the St. Clair County Courthouse parking garage. Ed Wall always has a warm greeting for customers at the St. Clair County parking garage.

On La Russa: Deserves got nothin' to do with it

By John J. Hopkins | Nov 5, 2011

Hopkins "Unforgiven" is the Clint Eastwood 1992 Oscar winner for Best Picture. Over the years, it has earned a place in the field of classic Westerns, one of only three to win the top Academy Award. It tells the tale of William Munny, notorious as a hired killer, but now a widowed farmer desperately scratching out a meager living on the harsh Kansas plains.

Kevin Slaten's suit against KFNS claims wrongful termination

By Steve Gonzalez | May 30, 2008

Kevin Slaten CLAYTON, Mo. - St. Louis attorney and sports radio personality Kevin Slaten filed suit against his former employer in St. Louis County Circuit Court May 2, alleging wrongful termination.

'Legal savvy' Record reporter tapped by Cardinals to serve as asst. press secretary

By Ann Knef | Apr 1, 2008

The St. Louis Cardinals will announce later today that Madison County Record courts reporter Steve Gonzalez has been selected to serve as an assistant press secretary for the 2008 season.

Mr. Bush comes to Collinsville

By John J. Hopkins | Aug 13, 2006

Editor's note: The following is an encore presentation of a Sidebar colum that ran in The Record last year.

The sorest losers

By The Madison County Record | Feb 11, 2006

Given that everyone doesn't agree on everything all of the time, we civilized societies need a means to settle the many policy disputes where there's no middle ground in which to drive a stake.

With friends like these...

By The Madison County Record | Oct 9, 2005

Herndon If former state Appellate Court Judge and Supreme Court candidate Gordon Maag is looking for a friendlier reception for his $110 million defamation lawsuit—bounced from state court this summer—the Democrat-dominated U.S. District Court in East St. Louis might be the place.

Bi-State sued for Fairview Heights Metro injury

By Steve Gonzalez | Oct 4, 2005

A Bethalto woman is claiming at least $50,000 in damages for neck and back injuries sustained from falling into an uncovered hole at the Fairview Heights Metrolink station last year.

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