Way back when The Record was a fledgling publication trying to earn respect around the courthouse, Chief Judge Edward Ferguson was seen picking up copies around the office and tossing them in the garbage.
Volkswagen of America has been targeted in a St. Clair County class action lawsuit by a group that claims the automaker unfairly changed maintenance specifications which more than doubled their oil change costs.
Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis Ethel Wright filed a wrongful death suit against Barnes Jewish Hospital, Washington University and Saiyed Aon Ali Mohib, M.D., alleging the defendants failed to exercise reasonable care customarily provided in the health care industry which caused her husband's death.
Auffenberg's St. Clair Auto Mall An O'Fallon woman filed suit against Auffenberg St. Clair Auto Mall claiming that seven days after she purchased a used vehicle, the brakes failed causing her to sustain serious injuries.
George Huskey filed a personal injury suit against Union Electric Company and McCarthy Building Companies in St. Clair County Circuit Court March 20, alleging he was injured while working at UE's Venice plant on June 6, 2005.
The Illinois Supreme Court is requiring that all state judges take 30 hours of continuing legal education courses over a two-year period, addressing such issues as judicial conduct, ethics and professionalism.