News from June 2005
Subway's Jared may have met his match. The introduction of an innovative healthy eating program in the Metro-East is a unique solution for the common challenges faced by dieters, diabetics and families on the run.
Belleville attorney Stephen McGlynn has been named appellate judge of the 5th Judicial Circuit to fill the vacancy that will be left by Judge Clyde Kuehn, whose temporary assignment ends July 7.
Madison County Circuit Court Judge Nicholas Byron will preside over a Jones Act jury trial June 13 at 9 a.m.
A passenger in a vehicle struck by a Union Pacific train on Old Freeburg Road in Belleville is suing the railroad and the car's driver for permanent injuries he sustained in an accident June 6, 2003. He is represented by the Belleville law firm McGlynn & McGlynn.
Judge Wexstten Illinois Judges Association (IJA) President James M. Wexstten wants to improve the public's image of the state judiciary--which he says is under attack--by encouraging sitting circuit judges to go into the community.
An employee who filed a workers' compensation claim after injuring himself on the job--and was then allegedly fired for doing so--filed a four-count civil suit in St. Clair County Circuit Court June 3.
Belleville Memorial Hospital Belleville Memorial Hospital President Harry Maier recently discussed his position on the state legislature's passage of medical malpractice insurance legislation with The Record .
A funny thing happened on the way to a $250 million Madison County jury verdict.
Gordon Maag The $110 million defamation lawsuit filed by Gordon E. Maag, who lost a costly and contentious race for Illinois Supreme Court justice last November, was dismissed by Seventh Circuit Judge Patrick Kelley today.
Color us amused by the feigned tantrums last week thrown by enemies of Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier.
Troyce Wolf Two asbestos trials, two plaintiffs leave the Madison County courthouse with nothing. Sources tell Dicta it didn’t really have to be that way.