CHICAGO – Ted Frank of the Center for Class Action Fairness can pursue a claim that phony objectors cheated a class, U.S. Seventh Circuit judges ruled on June 26.
An estate representative is suing CBS Corporation, 3M Company and several other companies for alleged negligence.
BELLEVILLE — A former mechanic claims he developed mesothelioma and that it is an asbestos-induced disease.
BELLEVILLE — A man claims he was exposed to asbestos during his career.
EDWARDSVILLE — A shopper is suing Best Buy after she allegedly slipped on ice in the parking lot at the Edwardsville store.
EAST ST. LOUIS — District Judge David R. Herndon has granted summary judgment to defendants in a case in which a former FDA employee submitted numerous Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and other correspondence over a three-year period regarding a glucose monitoring system.
EDWARDSVILLE – Two Illinois men are suing a motorist and Travelers Insurance over injuries they say they suffered as the result of an automobile collision.
General Mills claims that its Pillsbury biscuit product was altered after it left the defendant’s control in a man’s suit alleging he discovered someone’s gold tooth when he bit into a baked biscuit.
Supreme Court reverses Fifth District to affirm St. Clair County ruling over spoilation of evidence claim
Burke Siding with the defendant, the Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday reversed a ruling of the Fifth District Appellate Court in a negligent spoliation of evidence case.
Mudge Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge must decide whether Fifth District appellate judges who stopped a Lakin Chapman class action against Travelers Insurance also stopped one against Employers Mutual Casualty.
An October status conference is set in a 2008 immune supplement class action brought against Target Corporation.
Cueto The lead plaintiff in a class action brought against CVS Pharmacies Inc. over claims its version of a popular immune system booster doesn't work has laid out how he will notify other class members.
There has been no action in a proposed multi-state class action against Target Corporation since the retailer asked to change attorneys in December 2010, according to the suit's case file.
Shultz Target Corporation is moving to change attorneys in a St. Clair County immune system supplement class action.
A woman claims she sustained injuries after she slipped and fell on wet carpet at a nationwide retail chain store.
Edison PITTSBURGH – Bankruptcy Judge Bruce McCullough unraveled a plot between asbestos lawyers and bankruptcy lawyers, saving Travelers Insurance $146 million.