Bharat Varadachari recently obtained a defense verdict from a St. Clair County, Illinois, jury in a disputed liability case arising out of an automobile accident.
Yandle denies DOJ's motion to dismiss opioid 'false claim' suit alleging drug makers, CVS participated in kickback scheme
District Judge Staci Yandle denied the United States’ motion to dismiss an opioid suit for wasting the government’s time, which alleges drug makers and retailer CVS participated in a kickback scheme by providing free nursing and reimbursement support services.
Low-income housing: good thing or bad thing? It all depends on your perspective. For persons with low income, low-income housing and rental units are not only good, but necessary.
A frequent target of asbestos litigation, Crane Co. appears to have substituted counsel with a St. Louis asbestos defense firm in all of its local pending asbestos cases in early January.
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.
In a split decision, an Illinois appeals panel has stripped Allstate Insurance of its defenses against a class action, which alleged the company unfairly billed long-term auto policyholders more than it charged new ones, saying Illinois insurers can’t protect their rates from lawsuits, because their rates are not controlled by the Illinois Department of Insurance.
Asbestos attorney Julian applies for Madison Co. judgeship; Critic says enough with Dems crowding bench - try 'diversity of thought'
Twelve area attorneys have applied for the associate judge position that opened after Sarah Smith was elected circuit judge in Madison County in November, including the co-founder of what has become a national asbestos law firm.
Midwest litigation firm HeplerBroom has announced that Kevin Birkenmeier, Pamela Gamble, Charles Insler, Katie Jacobi, and Christian Willenborg, M.D., have been elected partners of the firm.
Kevin Birkenmeier, Pamela Gamble, Charles Insler, Katie Jacobi, and Christian Willenborg, M.D., have been elected partners of HeplerBroom LLC.
Rebecca Nickelson has been appointed Vice Chair of DRI’s Philanthropic Activities Committee.
A St. Louis priest filed a motion to enforce a settlement with a former parishioner who alleges he was sexually assaulted as a minor in the 1970s.
An Edwardsville law firm and two attorneys seek to dismiss a former client’s legal malpractice lawsuit alleging negligent representation resulted in a $785,000 jury verdict in Madison County.
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.
On November 9, HeplerBroom is co-sponsoring an environmental seminar titled “Illinois Water Laws and Regulations.”
A federal court recently denied class action certification to a former medical school faculty member of Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
One week before a rare Madison County asbestos trial began in Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs’ courtroom, he was joined by asbestos attorneys to provide an update on Madison County’s asbestos docket at the HarrisMartin Midwest Asbestos Litigation Conference.
Linda Hay and Anne Oldenburg will be the featured speakers at two upcoming dental industry seminars.
A Supply company argues that St. Charles County would be a more appropriate venue for a lawsuit alleging a truck driver died while transporting strawberries in dry ice.
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.