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Buffalo Air Handling, others named in asbestos injury suit by couple

BELLEVILLE – A husband and wife have filed suit against several companies over allegations exposure to asbestos from their products caused the husband to develop lung cancer.

Latest 7th Circuit nominees Scudder, St. Eve, seen as well-qualified, experienced by many legal observers

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Legal observers have praised President Donald Trump’s two most-recent nominees to the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, singling out their experience and intelligence as well as the White House’s efforts to gain bipartisan support for the nominees.

Janus v. AFSCME oral arguments scheduled Monday

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Janus v. AFSCME on Feb. 26, in a case challenging the constitutionality of compulsory union dues for state government workers.

Buffalo Air Handling Inc., others named in couple's asbestos injury suit

BELLEVILLE – A couple claims the husband's diagnosis of asbestosis was caused by exposure to asbestos fibers during his career.

Son alleges father was exposed to asbestos during career, which caused cancer

BELLEVILLE – A man alleges his father's lung cancer death was caused by exposure to asbestos during his career.

Alfa Laval Inc., others named in widow's asbestos suit

EDWARDSVILLE – A widow is seeking damages over allegations her late husband's lung cancer death was caused by asbestos exposure.

Tennessee woman alleges asbestos exposure caused lung cancer

BELLEVILLE – A Tennessee couple has filed suit against several manufacturers over allegations asbestos exposure caused the wife to develop lung cancer.

Borg-Warner Morse TEC, others named in couple's asbestos injury suit

BELLEVILLE – A couple is seeking more than $50,000 in damages from multiple companies over allegations of injuries sustained by asbestos exposure.

Sister files suit against Alfa Laval, others over allegations brother's cancer was asbestos related

BELLEVILLE – The sister of a former pipe fitter alleges his death from lung cancer was the result of asbestos exposure during his career.

Daughter sues asbestos products manufacturers over father's death

EDWARDSVILLE – A woman who serves as the estate administrator for her late father has filed a suit against several companies over allegations asbestos exposure caused her father's death from lung cancer.

Woman sues Depakote manufacturers

BENTON — An Ohio woman is suing biopharmaceutical companies for allegedly failing to warn her of the dangers of taking Depakote. 

Center Ethanol alleges Afton Chemical explosion caused power outage, equipment damage

BELLEVILLE – A Sauget company and its insurer are seeking damages after an explosion at a neighboring facility allegedly caused $1 million in damages.

Depakote plaintiffs in mass litigation must abandon claims or take them to trial, Rosenstengel rules

EAST ST. LOUIS – Five plaintiffs suing Abbott Laboratories over birth defects must take Abbott to trial or abandon their claims, U.S. District Judge Nancy Rosenstengel ruled on Oct. 10.

Son alleges asbestos exposure contributed to father's death

BELLEVILLE – A son alleges that his father's death from cancer was contributed to by asbestos exposure.

Buffalo Air Handling, others named in suit by man who alleges asbestos exposure caused cancer

BELLEVILLE – A couple is seeking damages from several corporations after the husband was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Former John Deere employee alleges asbestos exposure caused cancer

BELLEVILLE – A former John Deere employee alleges exposure to asbestos from third parties caused him to develop lung cancer.

Woman seeks more than $50,000 from Alfa Laval, others for man's lung cancer death

BELLEVILLE – A woman alleges her decedent's lung cancer-related death was caused by exposure to asbestos.

Widow names Alfa Laval, Aurora Pump in asbestos suit

BELLEVILLE – A widow alleges the negligence of several companies that used asbestos in the products contributed to her husband's death.

Railroad employee alleges back injuries from decades of work

EAST ST. LOUIS – A signalman alleges decades of work with a railway company has injured his back and rendered him disabled.

Tillery suit against economists highlights relationships between lawyers and judges in major litigation

BENTON – Former U.S. district judge Patrick Murphy, who represents lawyer Stephen Tillery as plaintiff in the court of Senior U.S. District Judge Phil Gilbert, successfully defended Gilbert against an ethics complaint last year.