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Stable Energy Supply from a Stable Friend

While environmentalists are threatening to chain themselves to trees in order to prevent a pipeline intended to carry crude oil from Canada to U.S. refineries, the rest of the country is working on a solution to unchain our energy dependence from unstable Middle Eastern countries.

Publicity seeker Tillery deplores opponent's PR efforts

Who hasn't had this experience? A brother or a fellow student hits you, so you hit back. Then the instigator tells on you to a parent or a teacher and you get in trouble for hitting first. "That's not fair," you protest. "He hit me first. He started it."

Another group of St. Clair County plaintiffs sue over antibiotic Levaquin

O'Malley Another group of plaintiffs have added a complaint to the growing list of lawsuits against Johnson and Johnson, Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical and Johnson and Johnson Pharmaceutical Research and Development over an antibiotic that they say caused them severe tendon problems.

Med mal suit filed against Lincoln Surgical Group

A man has filed suit against Lincoln Surgical Group and one of its doctors, alleging he suffered severe abdominal pains following a surgery during which the doctor damaged the man's ilioinguinal nerve.

Hearing in Kraft workers' class action moved

Garlough A hearing in a proposed class action brought against Kraft Foods Global by workers at its Granite City plant has been continued.

Children file to dismiss counts of father's suit over pool business

Matoesian Defendants Edward Perigen Jr. and his sister, Yvette Cotter are moving to dismiss parts of a lawsuit brought against them by their father over the family's pool business.

Plaintiffs ask for case management order in Saline Township sexual misconduct suits

Six women who have sued Saline Township and former Township Supervisor Alvin Steiner on claims that Steiner sexually harassed and groped them are asking for a case management order in their cases.

Madison County Civil Docket : 5/9 - 5/13/2011

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Asbestos Motion: Friday, May 13

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Asbestos Jury: Monday, May 9

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Syngenta opposes environmental groups' intervention in federal atrazine class action

Reeg The defendant fighting a proposed federal class action over alleged water contamination caused by the weed killer atrazine contends that it has "serious doubts" about why two environmental groups are asking to intervene in the suit brought by the City of Greenville, Ill. and to unseal documents in the case.

Cahokia water district employees federal case over firings set for settlement conference

A settlement conference is set May 17 in a federal case filed against the Commonfields Cahokia Water District and trustees Marilyn Stringfellow, Carolyn Touchette, Mike Millatti, and Erma Millard over the firings of several water district employees.

Karmeier to administer oath to new attorneys

Broom Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd A. Karmeier will administer the attorney's oath to 105 new lawyers who will be admitted to practice in Illinois on May 5.

Family of Sheri Coleman to file wrongful death suit against Christopher Coleman, Joyce Meyer Ministries today

Romanucci The family of Sheri Coleman will file a wrongful death lawsuit against her husband, Christopher Coleman, and his employer, Joyce Meyer Ministries, on her behalf and that of her two deceased children, Garrett and Gavin Coleman.

Lamar Construction sued by subcontractor

A Madison County man has filed suit against the contractor that he claims allowed him to be injured by an iron demolition shear.

Louisville Ladder, RP Lumber named in personal injury suit

A Montgomery County man and his wife seek more than $200,000 after they say the man fell off the ladder and fractured both ankles.

Visitor sues homeowner for failing to restrain dog

A woman has filed suit against the owner of a dog that she claims charged her, causing her to fall.

Rosewood Care Center wins arbitration verdict in suit over infliction of emotional distress

Rosewood Care Center on Tuesday won an arbitration case brought by the daughter of a now deceased resident.

Another defendant drops out of consolidated conveyor belt injury cases against PKM

Dripps Defendant RCS Construction Inc. has been dismissed from a pair of consolidated lawsuits brought over an injury an employee at an East Alton Olin Corporation plant allegedly suffered when he fell into a roller conveyor belt.

Parties file trial brief in FELA case against Union Pacific

The parties gearing up for a damages-only trial of an Arkansas man's suit against Union Pacific Railroad Company have filed briefs and motions in limine.