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EAST ST. LOUIS – Failing retailer K-Mart found a buyer for a Florida property it put on the market to pay for losing a lawsuit to St. Louis lawyer Stephen Tillery.
Lawyers to get 75 percent of $9.8 million whistleblower suit against K-Mart; Tillery's take - $5.7 million
EAST ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Nancy Rosenstengel awarded three fourths of a $9.8 million settlement to lawyers who sued failing retailer K-Mart.
Korein Tillery dismisses with prejudice Advanced Analytical and two economists in a breach of contract suit involving a minor league baseball class action.
Advanced Analytical seeks to dismiss Tillery’s suit involving minor league baseball class action, cites BMS decision
A research contractor and two economists being sued by Korein Tillery for allegedly failing to complete a study on minor league baseball players seeks to dismiss the St. Clair County class action, arguing that Massachusetts is an appropriate venue, but also requests to transfer the case to Sangamon County.
BENTON - Senior District Judge Phil Gilbert remanded a Korein Tillery suit alleging a research contractor failed to complete a study intended for use in a possible wage class action involving minor league baseball players.
Tillery firm alleges analytical company, economists failed to calculate damages for lawsuit as promised
The Korein Tillery law firm is suing Advanced Analytical Consulting Group and two economists alleging that in separate litigation they failed to complete methodology that would calculate damages, yet they charged escalated fees for their work.
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For years now, attorneys Stephen Tillery, Robert Clifford, and associates have been trying, unsuccessfully, to challenge the integrity of State Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier.
SPRINGFIELD – Madison County associate judge Donald Flack formed litigation relationships with two national asbestos firms after taking the robe, according to his annual statements of economic interest at the Illinois Supreme Court.
Investigator Doug Wojcieszak, whose reports form the basis of corruption claims against Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier, might not take the stand at trial on that subject. Lawyers who paid him for evidence that State Farm secretly financed Karmeier’s campaign in 2004 have abruptly reduced his status to potential witness.
SPRINGFIELD – Last time the Illinois Supreme Court rejected Stephen Tillery’s $10.1 billion judgment against Philip Morris, 10 years ago, he petitioned the U.S.