Schroeder Madison County Associate Judge Thomas Chapman must decide whether former Circuit Judge Daniel Stack signed contradictory orders a week before he retired.
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Threlkeld Wells Fargo and Fifth Third banks call on Madison County Associate Judge Thomas Chapman to resolve contradictions they see between two orders that retired circuit judge Daniel Stack signed when he certified a class action against them.
A St. Clair County woman is suing her soon-to-be ex-husband, her insurance company and a bank for alleged identity theft and conspiracy.
A St. Clair County man is accused of failing to pay back a loan of nearly $95,000.
Stack Former Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack put the action back into class actions on his way out, certifying three in a single day for three teams of lawyers.
A State Farm insurance agent alleges his ex-wife stole more than $30,000 from him, while also refusing to allow him to split her retirement savings.
A St. Clair County company claims another business should have known of a man's attempts to fraud the St. Clair County company out of money.
Stack South Carolina lawyer Fred Thompson claims Wells Fargo and Fifth Third banks should have stopped a Ponzi scheme involving bond issues for nursing homes, but in eight years he hasn't produced any evidence that the banks knew about the scheme.
Stack Blue sky laws of 38 states look the same to investors suing Wells Fargo and Fifth Third banks in Madison County, but the banks see 38 distinct shades of blue.
Daniel Stack South Carolina lawyer Fred Thompson wants to carry on a $39 million class action suit against four non-Illinois businesses on behalf of investors in 38 states who bought bonds in Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin.
Crowder Two Lakin Law Firm class actions have dropped from the docket in Madison County Circuit Court, one through settlement and one through futility.
Amiel Cueto Amiel Cueto filed a 31-count complaint against 11 defendants in St. Clair County Circuit Court alleging they failed to complete a $9 million land deal on riverfront property he owned in East St. Louis.
Stack has 12 days to read 2,796 pages of expert reports. Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack should procure plenty of midnight oil, for class action attorneys expect him to read 2,796 pages of expert reports in 12 days.
Dawn Kay-Woods filed suit against Minnesota Life Insurance Company alleging the insurance company violated the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act by failing to pay an insurance claim after her husband died in a one-vehicle car crash on March 7, 2007.
Judge Stack Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack must decide whether to sustain a seven year slugfest of strangers in his court.