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St. Clair County real estate Dec. 9-12

By Sarah Powers | Dec 20, 2013

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

Former Morgan Stanley branch manager sues for breach of contract

By Steve Gonzalez | Jun 27, 2008

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

By Steve Korris | Dec 20, 2007

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

By Rob Luke | Dec 1, 2006

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

By Steve Korris | Nov 22, 2006

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

By Ann Knef | Oct 26, 2006

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

By Steve Gonzalez | Dec 12, 2004

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.

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