While a Russian hack into the state's voter database didn't alter election results in 2016, the threat of a more serious attack this year motivated Illinois election officials to partner with one of the most highly-trained cyber security forces around to deal in real time with potential breaches.
HeplerBroom is proud to announce that three of its partners—Jeff Hebrank, Troy Bozarth, and Kathy Hodge—were named to Leading Lawyers’ list of Top 10 business lawyers in downstate Illinois.
A federal court recently denied class action certification to a former medical school faculty member of Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
Linda Hay and Anne Oldenburg will be the featured speakers at two upcoming dental industry seminars.
Rebecca Nickelson will be one of the featured panelists at the American Bar Association’s September 14 seminar, which is being held at Washington University School of Law.
HeplerBroom LLC is proud to announce that 15 of its attorneys have recently been selected for inclusion in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
The 2019 edition of Best Lawyers in America named 15 attorneys from Midwest litigation firm HeplerBroom.
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HeplerBroom recently hosted a one-day employment law seminar at the Edwardsville office.
Meg Fowler and Brad Zaffiri recently obtained a defense verdict on behalf of their insurance broker client in St. Louis County following a three-day jury trial.
HeplerBroom is pleased to announce the addition of Wasif A. Khan as Attorney of Counsel in the firm’s Chicago Office. Khan focuses his practice on the corporate and regulatory needs of healthcare professionals, medical and dental practices, healthcare entities, small to midsize businesses, and nonprofit organizations.
A woman alleging she was burned when she spilled complimentary hot coffee on her hand at Argosy Casino has voluntarily dismissed her lawsuit.
An Edwardsville tavern argues that an intoxicated customer caused his own injuries when he fell while being escorted from the premises by the bartender.
EAST ST. LOUIS – Lawyers preparing for a $9 billion racketeering trial against State Farm, under orders to admit or deny statements, pinned almost all their admissions on one lawyer and a class of plaintiffs who lost a case in 2005.
EDWARDSVILLE – A Madison County insurance agent is alleged to have used confidential information to switch customers to competitors while working as a contractor for an insurance company.
The Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel is presenting a legal writing and advocacy seminar on Feb. 15 at the Wildey Theatre in Edwardsville.
EDWARDSVILLE – HeplerBroom has elected three partners to join its Midwest litigation firm.
Supply company denies liability in suit alleging man died while transporting strawberries in dry ice
A supply company denies liability and seeks to dismiss a wrongful death suit alleging a truck driver died from transporting strawberries packed in dry ice.
A Rural King customer alleging he injured his thumb while using a crossbow he purchased from the store has dismissed his claims against the defendants.
A man accused of stabbing a Godfrey man in the neck on Christmas in 2015 says the plaintiff's own negligence caused his alleged injuries.