News from January 2010
American Express has filed suit against a Collinsville man and a construction company who it says defaulted on payments of more than $50,000 he charged to their credit card.
A Collinsville woman claims her daughter died after a doctor at Anderson Hospital allegedly failed to provide proper pre-natal care.
A case management conference is set Wednesday in a woman's product liability suit stemming from rectal bleeding and other symptoms she claims to have suffered after using Avon shower gel.
A defamation of character suit against a local newspaper's owner and reporter is set for a case management conference Wednesday.
A case management conference is set Wednesday in a father's suit against an Alton school district over injuries his son suffered when the boy was beaten up on a school bus.
Lakin A preliminary approval hearing for the settlement of a seven year-old mortgage fees class action case has been moved to March.
A man claims his right arm became mangled after a large metal ball dropped unexpectedly from a crane.
Heller A total of 12 new asbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court throughout the week of Jan. 11 through Jan. 15.
Gori Two asbestos suits were filed in St. Clair County on Jan. 12.
Tillery Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder has sided with attorney Stephen Tillery in his demand for documents from an Italian parent company in a series of proposed atrazine class actions.
Hot Topics in Agricultural Law, a continuing legal education program hosted by the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), will be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5, at Marriott Bloomington Normal, 201 Broadway Avenue, in Normal.
A retaliatory discharge suit brought against the village of New Athens has settled.
A number of attorneys for the more than 17 defendants in a wrongful death suit have filed appearances and motions to dismiss allegations that a patient died from an allergic reaction that left her skin peeling off.
Funeral home owners fighting a battle over their firing of a former manager and his alleged misuse of the company credit cards have filed a series of motions in the 2009 St. Clair County suit.
A man has filed suit against an insurance company, claiming it failed to represent the driver who struck him in a lawsuit he filed against the driver.
Hillary Clinton WASHINGTON – Politicians who tried to discourage distribution of the movie, "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," could have simply banned it under campaign finance laws the U.S. Supreme Court rejected on Jan. 21, according to Justice Anthony Kennedy.