Stack South Carolina lawyer Fred Thompson claims Wells Fargo and Fifth Third banks should have stopped a Ponzi scheme involving bond issues for nursing homes, but in eight years he hasn't produced any evidence that the banks knew about the scheme.
News from May 2009
Browder has donated $2,400 Attorneys, staff and relatives of East Alton asbestos firm SimmonsCooper have so far contributed more than $60,000 to the U.S. Senate campaign of Illinois Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias.
A battery lawsuit brought against two police officers and the city of Madison is set for trial Monday.
Students from Highland Middle School take part in mock trials to learn about the courts systems Friday. Madison County Associate Judges Clarence Harrison and Duane Bailey, as well as other volunteers, helped put the trials on. Today was not a good day for pop singers Miley Cyrus and Nick Jonas in Madison County Circuit Court.
After three hours of argument at a class action fairness hearing Tuesday, Madison Circuit Judge Daniel Stack had had enough.
Young. Fresh-faced. Self-absorbed. And most of all, pro-lawsuit. That's how East Alton law firm SimmonsCooper likes its political candidates.
State Farm Fire and Casualty Company says two St. Clair County people owe it more than $50,000 after causing injuries to one of its insured during a collision.
Hartley With major American corporations sagging under the weight of billions in asbestos-related lawsuits, Congress set out in 1994 to provide a reasonable way for companies to limit their liability to asbestos victims.
Murnane Proponents of civil justice reform are set to testify in support of several bills tomorrow at a joint hearing of the General Assembly's Senate and House Judiciary Committees.
A man who found a dead mouse in a can of Mountain Dew after taking a swig from it is suing Pepsico, a store and its manager.
A Missouri man says he was struck repeatedly and incurred head, shoulder and rib injuries while visiting an Alton business.
A trial against the city of Madison and one of its police officers over allegations of battery and malicious prosecution is under way in Madison County Circuit Court.
A man wants the court to reward him more than $200,000 after he says he received a broken nose and damages to his left knee and right ankle during a brawl at a Madison County business.
A mother has filed suit on behalf of her minor daughter, alleging a driver injured her daughter as he pulled away while the girl was still halfway in the car.
A St. Clair County woman is suing an East St. Louis store and a Swansea ice company for injuries she incurred after she slipped and fell on melted ice.
Crowder Testimony resumed today in a malicious prosecution trial against the city of Madison and one of its police officers stemming from a 2006 incident involving the arrest of a prostitute.
Groups seeking to reform parts of Illinois' civil justice system testified before a joint hearing of the State Senate and House Judiciary committees today.
Karmeier Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier will preside and administer the attorney's oath when 115 new attorneys are admitted to practice in a ceremony in Collinsville on May 7.
An Alton man has filed suit against the city, its police department and four of its officers, alleging officers beat him at least two times in the middle of the town.