BELLEVILLE — A former administrative assistant with Eagle Roofing Outlet Inc. is suing her employers for alleged sexual harassment.
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St. Clair County Associate Judge Chris Kolker's campaign committee raised more than $100,000 in the last quarter of 2017 as he seeks election to the vacancy left by circuit judge Robert LeChien who died in August.
A mother’s suit alleging her disabled daughter was sexually assaulted by another East St. Louis high school student settled shortly after voir dire ended in Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson’s courtroom.
A mother’s lawsuit alleging her disabled daughter was removed from class and sexually assaulted by another East St. Louis high school student is at trial in Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson’s courtroom.
BELLEVILLE — A driver is suing another motorist claiming she was responsible for a multiple-car collision in Cahokia in 2015.
BELLEVILLE — A passenger is suing a motorist for allegedly causing a 2015 collision
MetroLink denies liability and argues that a deceased man caused his own injuries when he was forced to exit the train for intoxication, fell on the tracks and was struck by two trains.
BELLEVILLE — A Huels Oil Co. employee is suing Federated Mutual Insurance Company for alleged breach of contract claiming it refuses o pay for coverage he is entitled to receive.
BELLEVILLE — A trackman for Union Pacific alleges he sustained injuries while using a de-clipping tool.
An East St. Louis mother seeks default judgment in a suit alleging a disabled adult was sexually assaulted.
A review of cases assigned to St. Clair County Circuit Judge Robert LeChien shows that parties asked for substitutes five times in September’s last week and once the next Monday.
A wrongful death action involving a fatal 2014 auto accident in Mascoutah was settled for $2 million.
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.
Class certification briefing deadlines extended, investigator's deposition ordered in Hale v. State Farm
An investigator for plaintiffs in the high stakes Hale v. State Farm racketeering case must submit to a deposition by Dec. 8.
Hale v. State Farm: Magistrate wants deposition of plaintiff's investigator sooner rather than later
Doug Wojcieszak, an investigator for lawyers suing State Farm over its role in the 2004 campaign of Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier, canceled a deposition about his investigation on five days notice. State Farm counsel Joseph Cancila of Chicago reported the cancellation to U.S.
Two class actions that David Cates of Swansea filed for a Chicago man in St. Clair County have wound up in federal court at Chicago, and a third awaits a decision on jurisdiction. U.S.