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St. Clair Co. judge presiding in paraquat litigation accepted $11K in campaign contributions from plaintiff’s firm

By Record News | May 28, 2019

BELLEVILLE – Class action lawyer Stephen Tillery, pursuing a paraquat exposure claim against Syngenta, seeks to depose lawyers who defended Syngenta in atrazine litigation that ended years ago.

Shocker: attorney thinks he should be paid more

By The Madison County Record | May 17, 2019

Remember those loathsome “team projects” that everyone has to participate in at some point during the course of their educational careers: in grammar school, high school, college, or law school?

In $71 million Viptera fee fight, former judges Herndon, Stack, Baricevic take sides

By Record News | May 14, 2019

EAST ST. LOUIS – Retired judges David Herndon and Daniel Stack improperly took sides in a $71 million fee dispute involving farmers suing over Syngenta’s genetically modified corn seeds, Alabama lawyer Lewis Garrison alleged on May 9.

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