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Critics say online privacy legislation is pro-trial lawyer; Advocate says tech industry is 'too loose' with personal data

By Ann Maher | May 10, 2017

Internet privacy legislation making its way through Springfield is more in line with the interests of the trial bar than it is with consumer protection, critics say...they all went on the offensive

Contractor denies liability, seeks to dismiss suit alleging woman fell through hole in floor

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Apr 11, 2017

A contractor argues that a woman’s own negligence caused her injuries when she fell through a hole in the floor while he was working at a construction site.Robyn O’Donnell filed the complaint on Dec

Dugan presides over first trial; Jury awards motorist $5,542 but finds her 50 percent liable

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Apr 11, 2017

The one day trial ended when a jury returned the verdict in favor of plaintiff Kristia Monigan after deliberating for less than an hour.The jury awarded Monigan $5,542 for medical expenses. 10, 2014

Conference scheduled in former St. Jacob mayor's defamation suit

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Mar 21, 2017

A former St. Jacob mayor’s lawsuit alleging defamation has a case management conference scheduled for early next month after several orders continuing litigation. On Jan.m. 26, 2016, in the St. 26.St

Retaliatory discharge suit against Rend Lake College transferred to Jefferson County

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Mar 21, 2017

A former Rend Lake College employee’s lawsuit alleging termination for refusing to spend work time performing unrelated activities has been transferred to Jefferson County Circuit Court. St. 6. St

Doctor, hospital deny liability in wrongful death suit

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Mar 21, 2017

A doctor and hospital deny liability in a wrongful death suit alleging a patient developed Asystole following several procedures. Barrett Brooks, as special administrator of the estate of Larry E. St

Employee says railroad company liable for injuries suffered in tractor collision

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Mar 23, 2017

EAST ST. LOUIS — An employee is suing Illinois Central Railroad, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries after a workplace vehicle collision.S. She is represented by C.E.U.S

Edwardsville Holiday Inn accused of failing to provide handicapped accessible room

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Mar 23, 2017

EAST ST. LOUIS - A disabled man is suing Holiday Inn Express and Suites for allegedly failing to provide him with a proper handicapped accessible room and a swimming pool wheelchair lift. 23 in the U

Cook County process server sued for serving person under 13

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Mar 26, 2017

BELLEVILLE — A Swansea man is suing a Cook County process server for allegedly humiliating him by abusing the process of law and serving a person under 13. Erwin Miller filed a complaint on Feb.St

Woman sues Metro over trip, fall at East St. Louis train stop

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Mar 31, 2017

BELLEVILLE — A woman is suing Metro after she allegedly tripped and fell on debris at the East St. Louis train stop. Lisa Mayes filed a complaint on March 17 in the St. Louis train stop.St

Employee alleges Hucks used photo without consent

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Apr 4, 2017

An employee is suing Hucks for allegedly using her photograph on commercial advertisements without consent. Heather Shade filed the complaint on March 24 in the St. St

Barberis upheld by Fifth District in underinsured motorist dispute; Farmers Insurance ordered to pay $75K

By Ann Maher | Jun 15, 2016

In the opinion published June 14, the appellate court rejected the insurer's argument that the U.S. DeStefano was riding a motorcycle on her Jersey County home's driveway Aug.S.

Lawn care employee seeks to dismiss sexual harassment suit

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Jan 31, 2017

An employee of a lawn care business alleges the Human Rights Act preempts liability for sexual harassment and seeks dismissal of a co-worker’s suit. 24. 15. Triple Take is represented by Michael J

Woman alleges motorist caused collision on IL 140

By Michael Abella | Feb 3, 2017

EDWARDSVILLE — A woman claims she and her child were injured in a collision on IL 140. Edith Schehl and T.T., a minor by her mother Schehl, filed a complaint on Jan.T. riding as a passenger

Property buyers allege seller failed to disclose flood history

By Michael Abella | Jan 31, 2017

EDWARDSVILLE — Two property buyers allege Best Hometown Bancorp failed to disclose the property's flooding history, resulting in $125,000 in flood damage. They are represented by Andrew C

Bank of Edwardsville sues borrower for failure to pay

By Michael Abella | Jan 31, 2017

EDWARDSVILLE — The Bank of Edwardsville is suing a borrower for failing to pay off a loan. The Bank of Edwardsville filed a complaint on Jan. 8, 2015, to extend the note's maturity to Aug. 8, 2016

Illinois loses 16,700 jobs in face of new tax proposals

By Michael Lucci, Illinois Policy Institute | Jan 31, 2017

Illinois lost 16,700 payroll jobs in December 2016, according to a Jan. 20 report from the Illinois Department of Employment Security, or IDES. Illinois’ unemployment rate went up to 5.6 percent

St. Clair County real estate Jan. 17-25

By Carrie Gonzalez | Jan 31, 2017

JANUARY 17, 2017BELLEVILLE$175,110- 2022 WOODSONG WAY LN. - FULFORD HOMES TO TIMOTHY PRATT$105,000- 608 SUNNYHILL DR. - SOUTH ILLINOIS TRUST TO JAN CORNWAITE$109,900- 317 LONGVIEW DR. 1ST ST. 42ND ST

Madison County foreclosures Jan. 17-26

By Carrie Gonzalez | Jan 31, 2017

JANUARY 17, 2017OCWEN LOAN SERVICING V. CHRISTOPHER R. SIMPSON, $56,956.98, 3141 JILL AVE., GRANITE CITY. 17CH35BANK OF AMERICA V. JAYME HAGEN, $169,647.95, 5304 RIVER AIRE DR., GODFREY., BETHALTO. T

City of O'Fallon coutersues residents over sewer pipe dispute; Says residents owed duty to maintain property

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Jan 31, 2017

Ronald and Teresa Mussatto and Lonny Nichols filed their complaint against the City of O’Fallon on Sept. 28.According to the complaint, the plaintiffs alleges that on Dec. 19 through attorney B. 19.m

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