St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley compelled mediation in an O’Fallon homeowner’s suit alleging a real estate agent failed to tell her that a potential buyer canceled the contract on her home.
HeplerBroom has been ranked nationally as a 2017 Tier 1 “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers.
An adoption agency argues that a Jersey County couple failed to seek out an agency to provide a home study and consent to their adoption in a suit alleging a conflict of interest. Plaintiffs Greg and Janet Warren claim they entered into a contractual relationship with attorney Deborah Crouse-Cobb of Crouse-Cobb & Bays in Collinsville on Nov. 22, 2013, to provide legal services related to the adoption of Jude Warren, a child.
Several lawyers from HeplerBroom LLC have been nominated as Super Lawyers.
Construction company seeks to dismiss asbestos attorney’s suit alleging water infiltration in Troy home; Argues plaintiffs failed to answer discovery requests
Construction company seeks to dismiss asbestos attorney’s suit alleging water infiltration in Troy home; Argues plaintiffs failed to answer discovery requests Customary Construction seeks to dismiss an asbestos attorney’s lawsuit alleging mold and water infiltrated his $775,000 Troy home.
Judge Matoesian grants final approval of class action settlement over Papa John’s delivery fees sales tax
Madison County Circuit Judge Andreas Matoesian granted final approval of a settlement in a class action alleging Pape John’s Pizza wrongly charged sales tax on delivery fees.
District Judge Staci Yandle remanded a lawsuit alleging the Essure implant is defective after concluding that diversity jurisdiction and federal question jurisdiction are lacking.
St. Louis asbestos litigation trends detailed at conference; ‘Rolling docket’ compared to Mad Co.'s ‘rocket docket’
Local asbestos attorneys provided guidance on how to navigate St. Louis City’s asbestos docket and outlined recent trends in St. Louis asbestos litigation.
Metro Contracting countersues homeowners; Alleges reconstructed home's price escalated from requested upgrades
A contracting company claims the cost of a Wood River couple’s rebuilt home was increased due to the changes and upgrades they requested after their a 2012 fire.
Companies seek to dismiss contamination lawsuit for lack of jurisdiction, exceeding statute of limitations
Companies accused of contaminating a man’s property seek to dismiss the suit for exceeding the statute of limitations and lack of jurisdiction.
Rural King seeks to dismiss a customer’s lawsuit alleging he injured his thumb while using a crossbow he purchased from the store.
A Jersey County couple filed an amended complaint in a suit alleging a Collinsville attorney and adoption agency’s conflict of interest botched their attempt to adopt a baby.
EAST ST. LOUIS – Deutsche Bank of Germany, defending a claim that it provided Iran with material support for attacks on U.S. troops, argues that the theory behind the claim would implicate the United States itself.
Argosy Casino in Alton seeks to file a third-party complaint against Ronnoco Coffee in a woman’s lawsuit alleging she was burned when she spilled complimentary hot coffee on her hand.
A jury trial has been scheduled for Sept. 11, 2017, in a Jersey County couple’s lawsuit alleging a Collinsville attorney and adoption agency’s conflict of interest botched their attempt to adopt a baby.
Roxana refinery defendants deny liability and argue that they complied with state laws in a former Roxana Junior High School teacher’s lawsuit alleging exposure to benzene.
Ameren denies liability in a man’s lawsuit alleging he was injured when the backhoe he was operating struck an electrical line.
Attorney Steven Wallace has joined HeplerBroom’s banking and financial services team in its Edwardsville office.
The Belleclair Fairgrounds Park claims a man caused his own injuries when his chair allegedly collapsed.
According to the complaint, Sentry has offered the payback program and payback agreement since 1986 to persuade safe drivers to purchase its insurance with the promise that if a driver remained claim-free for five years, the defendant would start to refund them half of their earlier paid premiums and would continue to do so for each claim-free year.