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Madison County, Recorder deny firing former employee for reporting alleged illegal activity, calling the claims 'frivolous'
Madison County and Recorder of Deeds Amy Meyer denied liability and called the claims frivolous in a former employee’s lawsuit alleging discrimination.
The Fifth District Appellate Court affirmed a Madison County jury’s verdict and Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth’s handling of a truck driver’s whistleblower suit alleging he was terminated after reporting his employer for allegedly inappropriately dumping toxic substances.
Tax buyers seek summary judgment in St. Clair County bid-rigging suit; Residents file individual oppositions
St. Clair County residents alleging several tax buyers participated in a bid-rigging conspiracy filed oppositions to the defendants’ motions for summary judgment.
A Maryville hospital denies liability in a mother’s suit alleging the hospital failed to provide HSV treatment for her newborn.
The manufacturer of a system used to make dental products denies liability in a dentist’s lawsuit alleging dental crowns failed to perform properly.
ALTON – The law firm Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. has named Associate Narcisa P. Symank to shareholder in a recent vote by its partnership.
Madison County alleges a property owner’s damages were caused by her own conduct and misuse of her property in a suit alleging property damage from storm water runoff.
ST. LOUIS – Law firm Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. recently announced it elected St. Louis equity shareholder Bhavik Patel, 38, to succeed John Sandberg as its new managing partner. Patel’s term will begin on Nov. 1.
Protestant Memorial Medical Center and one of its physicians seek to dismiss a father’s lawsuit alleging the doctor failed to recognize that his daughter had been abused or neglected.
ST. LOUIS – Sandberg Phoenix is bolstering its health law practice with the hiring of two experienced attorneys, Cassie Lewandowski and Untress Quinn.
Wexford Health Sources seeks to transfer a man’s wrongful death suit alleging a woman died as a result of an allergic reaction.
A total of 23 lawyers from an Illinois- and Missouri-based law firm have been named to the 2017 Best Lawyers in America list.
St. Clair County Public Building Commission seeks dismissal in woman’s suit alleging exposure to toxic chemicals
St. Clair County’s Public Building Commission claims it is a “separate body politic” from St. Clair County and seeks dismissal in a woman’s lawsuit alleging she was exposed to hazardous chemicals from cleaning products.
Attorney Stephen M. Strum, partner with Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard, has joined the mediation panel at United States Arbitration & Mediation, USA&M, in St. Louis.
Sandberg Phoenix attorney named a 2016 Missouri Law Firm Leader Sandberg Phoenix shareholder and Executive Committee member Teresa Bartosiak will be honored by Missouri Lawyers Weekly on Jan. 29 as one of the 2016 Missouri Law Firm Leaders of the Year.
A Collinsville property management company alleges that concealed mold was an open and obvious condition on one of its rental properties in a family’s lawsuit alleging the mold made them sick.
A chiropractor sued for allegedly causing a patient to suffer a stroke denies liability and claims the alleged injuries were caused by a third party.
Five members of Sandberg Phoenix, who formerly served as associates or counsels with the firm, assumed their new roles as shareholders on Nov. 1: Thomas Addis, a member of the Business Practice Group.