Kurtis Reeg Continental Teves, Inc. has asked Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack to dismiss an asbestos complaint or transfer it to a county with proper venue.
News from November 2006
The Fifth Appellate Court contest in southern Illinois will end up costing a mere third of what the most expensive state supreme court race cost just two years ago.
Matthew J. Daugherty is suing Western-Cullen-Hayes Inc., the makers of railroad crossing warning equipment, for severe injuries he sustained two years ago when his vehicle was struck by an Amtrak train in Brighton.
Once upon a time Tom Lakin's firm could do almost anything Tom Lakin wanted. Now Tom Lakin's firm can't do a thing for Tom Lakin.
The Mid-West Tool Collectors Association will hold its 26th Annual Area "E" Fall Tool Meet from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 12 at the American Legion Post 554, 554 Ramey St. in Carlinville.
The Lewis & Clark Society of America will hold a trivia night from 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17 at the KC Hall, 400 Rue Des Chateaux in Bethalto. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The head of a grassroots group opposing the retention of Third Circuit Judges Ann Callis, Charles Romani and John Knight, explained the organization's position recently in a question-answer format.
Gary Peel United States Attorney Kevin Burke filed a supplemental brief in response to attorney Gary Peel's motion to suppress tangible items in federal court Oct. 30.
John Pruett, a licensed clinical social worker, has been named chairman of the Third Judicial Circuit Family Violence Prevention Council Health Committee.
Attorney Lanny Darr of Alton still insists he suffered damage when Affirmative Insurance offered him a cheap rental car after an accident, even though Affirmative sent him a check for the cost of the luxurious vehicle he rented instead.
Madison County Circuit Judge Don Weber, who shrank a national class action suit against United Life Insurance to an Illinois class action, must now decide whether to squeeze the suit down from 15 years to three years.
Engineer Brian Wilgus, class representative in a class action suit over stock options, has asked Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack not to throw out his suit just because he did not exercise the options.
On a day when negative attacks erupted between candidates in a closely watched appellate court race, justices in the same battleground condemned "hysterical hyperbole" but did not squelch criticism of persons running for public office.
Ten Madison County class action suits against mutual funds have received a half hearted boost from the United States Supreme Court.
Attorneys in competing class action suits against GlaxoSmithKline's anti-depressant drug Paxil plan to file objections to a recent Madison County settlement.
Many of us are aware that Illinois has earned a national reputation as a magnet and haven for junk lawsuits.
Cottage Hills resident Jesse Sneed is suing the owner of Hollywood Showclub in Washington Park for being beaten, kicked and punched while guards escorted him from the strip club on Nov. 6, 2004.