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Madison County foreclosures Feb. 27-March 6

February 27, 2015

St. Clair County real estate Dec. 9-12

December 9, 2013Belleville$8,500- 23 S 16th Street- Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Kaja Holdings 2 LLC$205,000- 13 Signal Hill Boulevard- Gerda Lenor Link to Amy Kohler$42,800- 337 Bunker Hill Road- Estate of Mary Ann Barnes to Kenneth and Margaret McIntyre$52,000- 2008 E. Main Street- Loretta M. Berne and Cheryl Largent to Piney Ridge Properties LLC$45,050- 2021 West A Street- Carolyn Harrington

St. Clair County real estate July 1-5

July 1, 2013

Callis' economic interests grew from 10 to 27 items during her judicial career


HSBC Bank sues over $7 million Collinsville loan


Former Morgan Stanley branch manager sues for breach of contract

A former branch manager and financial adviser with Morgan Stanley filed a three-count suit against his former employer in Madison County Circuit Court June 23, alleging breach of contract, defamation and tortuous interference with a business expectancy.

Tillery free to light up class action against RJ Reynolds

Tillery MOUNT VERNON – Now that the Illinois Supreme Court has laid to rest Stephen Tillery's $10 billion class action against cigarette maker Philip Morris, Tillery can thaw out a similar suit against cigarette maker RJ Reynolds and start all over again.

State legal horizon changing for tobacco makers

Oregon Supreme Court America's cigarette industry breathed a sigh of relief last week after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to reconsider the Illinois Supreme Court ruling that threw a high-profile class action case against Philip Morris out of court.

MDL to convene Nov. 30 in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court never work in St. Louis, but seven other federal judges with vast power plan to do just that.

Former Morgan Stanely employee sues

A former employee of the investment banking firm Morgan Stanley claims he is entitled to more than $100,000 in fees and commissions in part because he procured an $18.5 million investment from the St. Louis Sewer District.

Argosy hit with another class action complaint

Argosy Gaming Company's directors and officers, who stand to reap enormous profits as a result of a proposed sale to Penn Gaming Co., is unfair because gains will not be equal among shareholders, according to another class action lawsuit filed against the casino owner.