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China Express denies liability in customer’s suit alleging food poisoning from rotten potatoes

China Express denies liability in a customer’s lawsuit alleging she suffered food poisoning after eating rotten potatoes from the buffet.

Valvoline Oil Change denies liability in slip, fall suit

Valvoline Oil Change denies liability in a customer’s suit alleging she was injured when she slipped on a patch of oil.

Adam Olszeski joins Williams Venker & Sanders as associate

Attorney Adam J. Olszeski is joining Williams Venker & Sanders as an associate. Olszeski is an expert in the fields of commercial litigation, toxic tort defense, medical malpractice defense, and trust and estate litigation.

$1.06M settlement reached in tractor-trailer crash near Edwardsville

Attorney Troy Walton of Walton, Telken, Foster in Edwardsville recently announced a $1,060,000 settlement with a South Carolina-based trucking company and J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc., following a tractor-trailer crash.

Flooring companies seek to dismiss man’s lawsuit alleging chemical exposures caused Parkinson’s disease

Story CopySeveral flooring companies seek to dismiss a man’s lawsuit alleging he developed Parkinson’s disease after years of working with chemicals in the flooring business.

WVS attorneys named to 'Super Lawyer' and 'Rising Star' lists

Williams Venker & Sanders partners Theodore Williams, Paul Venker, Steve Sanders, Robert Bassett and Lucy Unger have been named by Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers as five of the top attorneys in the area for 2015.

Williams Venker & Sanders attorneys selected for Best Lawyers in America

Eight attorneys with Williams Venker & Sanders have been included on the Best Lawyers in America list for 2016.

Terry O’Toole named ‘Up and Coming Lawyer’

Williams Venker & Sanders associate Terry O’Toole Jr. was recently named an “Up and Coming Lawyer” by Missouri Layers Weekly. O’Toole focuses on general liability defense including transportation law, insurance defense, personal injury and premises liability.

Asbestos case remanded to Madison County based on statute of limitations; Plaintiff diagnosed with mesothelioma at age 25


Williams Venker & Sanders recognized by Chambers USA


Unger receives 'Litigation Practitioner Award' from Missouri Lawyers Weekly

UngerWilliams Venker & Sanders of St. Louis announced that managing partner Lucy T. Unger has received the Litigation Practitioner Award from Missouri Lawyers Weekly’s 2015 Women’s Justice Awards.The Litigation Practitioner Awards are given to female litigators who exhibit qualities of leadership and professionalism, as well as a passion for improving of the quality of the justice system and bettering

Federal judge remands pelvic mesh case to Madison County; Mudge to hear motions to dismiss March 26


Shifts in management roles made at Williams Venker & Sanders

VenkerFounding partner Paul Venker of Williams Venker & Sanders, LLC, was recently invited to serve as a member of the firm’s Executive Committee while simultaneously being elected as the new managing partner.The firm was established in 2001, and since its inception until 2009, Venker had served as the managing partner.From 2009 until the beginning of this year, partner Lucy Unger held the titl

Retiring Judge David will join Williams Venker & Sanders on Jan. 1


Williams Venker & Sanders again named Tier 1 firm


WVS partners named Missouri and Kansas 'Super Lawyers'


Williams Venker & Sanders partners named 'Best Lawyers'


Case involving fire at Alton Marina continued to August

Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge on July 23 continued a case management conference to Aug. 20 in a 2011 property damage suit the City of Alton filed against boat owners Layne and Leslee Gibson.

Summer Diversity Internship Program continues into third year

The St. Louis Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) has announced the return of the Summer Diversity Internship Program, sponsored by Williams Venker & Sanders of St. Louis.

Fifth District reverses $1 million judgment out of Clinton County