ST. LOUIS - Attorney advertising has prejudiced the regional jury pool against Johnson & Johnson, the company argued between trials that resulted in verdicts of $72 million and $55 million.
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Temporiti ST. LOUIS - Gallop attorney John J. Temporiti has been named as one of the "Most Influential" people in metro St. Louis by the St. Louis Business Journal in the newspaper's February 17-23, 2012 edition.
An Edwardsville-based real estate company has filed a class action lawsuit against First Cloverleaf Bank, claiming the bank wrongly raked in extra money from it and other companies after basing annual interest rates on a period of less than 12 months.
Six years and about $30 million later, questions remain about the integrity of a major environmental clean-up in Wood River.
Former Argosy Casino owners who sued in Madison County Circuit Court over the value of their stock have settled their claims.
Argosy Gaming Company shareholder Judi Ann Ringhofer of Vernon Hills filed a class action suit against the company, its chairman and board members, claiming an announced merger with Penn National Gaming Co. does not adequately compensate shareholders given the company's "stellar third quarter 2004 financial results."