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
Attorney gains firearms permit for man disqualified for gun ownership; Had been disqualified in Missouri after stroke
ZellersDr. George L. Kraft III, a chiropractor in St. Louis County, is now the owner of a .357 revolver with a six-inch barrel after his attorney successfully challenged Missouri statutes and federal classification that prohibited Kraft from owning a firearm. The state of Missouri disqualified Kraft from the right to own firearms after he suffered a stroke in 2005 until attorney Christopher J. Zellers
A St. Clair County man is accused of failing to pay more than $53,000 in student loans.
Mudge Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge has denied one of the defendants in a suit over the revelations of a romantic rival's sexually transmitted disease test results leave to file a counterclaim, third party complaint, dismissal move and a plea seeking sanctions.
A woman who claims a romantic rival leaked the results of her herpes test is now asking that the pro hac vice status of defendant Quest Diagnostics Inc.'s attorney be revoked.
Bean The following Sandberg Phoenix attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2010 edition of "Best Lawyers:" Kenneth W. Bean, G. Keith Phoenix, Jonathan Ries, John S. Sandberg and Peter von Gontard.
A Missouri chiropractic and health services company has filed suit against a Madison County woman and an Orange County, Calif., woman, alleging the women caused the company to lose patients and money after they allegedly destroyed the company's billing system.
Spomer The Fifth District Appellate Court reversed Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack in a case which would have allowed a Missouri statutory law to have been tried in an Illinois state court.
Gail Renshaw MOUNT VERNON – If Fifth District appellate judges clear the way, Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack can proceed with a trial that could make money for the state – the state of Missouri, that is.
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My son has a severe allergy to bee stings and recently was stung. My neighborhood was built after the map of our area was made and took longer than usual for the ambulance to arrive. He became even more ill than usual.