BENTON -- An opioid lawsuit against drug maker UCB and retailer CVS that that a U.S. attorney moved to dismiss for allegedly wasting the government’s time has been reassigned to Magistrate Judge Mark A. Beatty of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.
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BENTON — A nurse practitioner is suing her former employers, alleging unpaid wages and constructive eviction.
BENTON — The U.S. government is suing a Cairo mortgagor, alleging breach of promissory notes.
BENTON — A Missouri ministries business is suing a licensed insurer, alleging wrongful denial of coverage.
BENTON — An insurance provider is suing a logistics company and other defendants, alleging failure to meet a condition precedent to coverage.
BENTON — Employee benefit fund administrators are suing an excavating business, alleging breach of fiduciary duty.
BENTON — The U.S. government is suing a Madison County couple, alleging they owe nearly $200,000 for breach of a mortgage agreement.
BENTON — A Marion woman is suing the operator of a local VA hospital for $5 million, alleging a supervisor forced the plaintiff to have sex.
CHICAGO – Neither a sexual approach by a fellow employee nor generally crude conversation in a workplace constitutes harassment, U.S. Seventh Circuit appeals judges ruled on Dec. 26.
BENTON -- Magistrate Judge Reona Daly granted summary judgment for SSM Healthcare Corporation in a trademark dispute with a healthcare clinic.
Avery v. State Farm was certified as a class action lawsuit in Williamson County Circuit Court in 1997, with policyholders from 48 states claiming that State Farm had violated its contracts by using generic aftermarket parts to repair insured vehicles.
BENTON — A national farmers organization is suing a De Soto business, alleging trademark dilution.
A Chicago federal appeals court has overridden a downstate federal judge, who sent an ex-Boeing worker’s asbestos suit against the company back to state court, saying the case belongs under federal jurisdiction because Boeing claims the federal government was in control of its bomber production and knew the danger of asbestos was involved.
BENTON — The U.S. government is suing an Enfield mortgage holder, alleging he owes more than $58,000 for breach of a mortgage agreement.
BENTON — An engineers union's employee benefit plan administrators are suing an East St. Louis business, alleging breach of fiduciary duty.
BENTON — A Palos Heights masonry company is suing a Crystal Lake general contractor and insurer, alleging the plaintiff is owed more than $92,000 for breach of a subcontracting agreement.
BENTON — A man alleges he was harassed by a debt collector after his debts were discharged in bankruptcy.
BENTON — A legal note holder is suing Golconda residents for allegedly failing to make payments.
BENTON — The federal government is suing St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital and a woman for allegedly failing to make payments on a Beech Street property.