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Widow seeks more than $50K in suit over husband's cancer death

BELLEVILLE — A widow is suing a number of companies, claiming they failed to warn her husband about the risks of working with asbestos.

Former Club Fitness of Alton regional manager alleges company violated BIPA

EDWARDSVILLE – A former fitness center regional manager has filed a class action over the alleged storage of his biometric information without consent.

Former hospital shuttle service employee sues over unpaid vacation time in class action

EDWARDSVILLE – A Madison County woman alleges her former employers failed to compensate her for unused vacation time and time she spent working on-call.

Condo association, realty company deny liability in suit alleging property had flooding problems

A Collinsville condominium association and a realty company deny liability in a property buyer’s suit alleging they failed to inform him that the property had drainage and flooding issues.

Former Providers Plus employee alleges biometric data collected without consent

BELLEVILLE – A Belleville man alleges that a Missouri corporation with a location in Fairview Heights unlawfully collected his biometric information.

Pradaxa makers sued over alleged excessive bleeding; Similar claims settled for $650M in 2014

EAST ST. LOUIS – A Mississippi woman alleges that a prescription drug caused her to develop bleeding that required hospitalization.

Vehicle service contract seller accused of failing to pay

BELLEVILLE — Marathon Administrative is suing a vehicle service contract seller for allegedly retaining funds and failing to pay.

St. Clair County Sheriff's officers sued after inmate hangs himself

The estate of a man who committed suicide while being detained by the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department in 2014 sued Sheriff Richard Watson, a number of department officials and the county jail's mental health provider last week alleging they violated the Americans with Disabilities Act when they didn't take his suicide threats seriously. 

Madison County Dram Shop suit ends in defense verdict

A Madison County jury returned a verdict in favor of defendant Daddie-O’s Nite Out on Wednesday in a Dram Shop suit involving a bar brawl.

Dram Shop suit at trial in Judge Ruth’s courtroom

A Dram Shop suit against Daddie-O’s Nite Out in Wood River is at trial this week in Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth’s courtroom.

Mac’s Time Out denies liability in wrongful death suit involving Wood River twins

An Alton bar denies liability in the wrongful death lawsuit against the Wood River twins who allegedly fatally beat a man in the bar’s parking lot.

FLSA Rising: Ever-shifting wage, hour standards promise to keep employers, lawyers struggling to keep up with law

(CHICAGO) Legal Newsline - The increase of wage and hour lawsuits being filed in Chicago federal courts in the last 25 years is reflective of a national trend. And with two new notifications from the U.S.