News from February 2014

Bobby's Frozen Custard sues over alleged trademark infringement

By Whitney Brakken | Feb 3, 2014

Bobby's at Buffalo Park is being sued over claims of trademark infringement and unfair competition.

IDOT prevails in good faith challenge to quick take; Land was needed for new bridge construction

By Ann Maher | Feb 3, 2014

The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) made a good-faith attempt to purchase less than an acre of land from Petroleum Fuel and Terminal Company prior to condemning it, according to the Fifth District Appellate Court.

Crowder denies motion to dismiss defendant in errant bullet suit; Plaintiff claims he was shot in face by Mosin Nagant rifle from a mile away

By Ann Maher | Feb 3, 2014

Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder has denied a defense motion to dismiss a Bethalto man’s suit alleging he was shot in the face with an errant bullet fired from a field a mile away.

Doctor/lawyer Marrese files suit over auto accident

By Annie Cosby | Feb 4, 2014

An Edwardsville orthopedic surgeon and licensed attorney is suing after sustaining injury in a car collision.

Infantilizing the citizens of Illinois

By The Madison County Record | Feb 6, 2014

Do you miss having someone to help you get dressed every morning, to wash and dry your clothes and lay them out on the bed for you in pleasing combinations? Someone to make you a hot breakfast and walk you to the bus stop? Someone to help you with your homework every evening and tuck you into bed at night? Someone to pick you up when you fall and kiss your boo-boos?

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