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Where was oversight during Bathon scandal?

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IMA responds to Obama's carbon emission plan

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Attorney Gill Garman, husband of Chief Justice, dies


Le Chien orders Stiehl to answer plaintiff in personal injury suit

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Seventh Circuit calls class action settlement ‘scandalous,’ removes Paul Weiss as attorney


State Farm sued over underinsured motorist coverage


Landlord files foreign judgment against leasing company


Lakin's lawyer compares alleged sexual abuse of minors to running a stop light


Stobbs denies forum non conveniens motions in four cases from out of state asbestos claimants


Effingham orthopedic surgeon and practice sued in St. Clair County


Cahokia Schnuck's sued over customer's slip and fall

A woman has filed suit against Schnuck Markets, alleging its employees failed to remove a clear, foreign substance from the floor in front of a ticket counter, causing her to fall.

Class action plaintiffs defend necessity of subpoenaing personal records of Illinois Supreme Court Justice


Cessna owner seeks return of airplane


Homeowner sues landscaper over construction of retaining wall

A Madison County homeowner claims a landscaping company improperly installed a retaining wall, causing water to drain into her house.Brandy Hodges filed a lawsuit May 21 in the Madison County Circuit Court against Melissa A. Hazelwood and Green with Envy Lawn Care and Landscape.Hodges claims she hired the defendants to install a brick landscaping wall at her Madison County home. The defendants were

Wrongful death suit filed against maker of chain hoist

The failure of a chain hoist caused a man’s death and led his family to sue the manufacturer of the chain, according to a new lawsuit.

Tillery seeks Karmeier's recusal or disqualification in $10 billion tobacco case


Motion to dismiss suit against Granite City in court today


Illinois should repeal the death tax

Of all Illinois’ taxes, its death tax is the most morbid. Only 15 states in the U.S. levy a tax on death, and Illinois has the second-highest rate.Death taxes include estate and inheritance taxes. They hit certain Illinois families hard. Farmers, investors and business owners often need substantial assets to generate a moderate income.Not only that. The death tax chases wealthy retirees out of the

Granite City accident blamed on cell phone-using driver

A man has filed suit against the driver he claims failed to yield while the vehicle he was riding in attempted to turn around.Ricky L. Cox II filed suit May 22 in the Madison County Circuit Court against Christine D. Henderson.According to the complaint, Cox was riding in a vehicle traveling west in the 3100 block of Fehling Road in Granite City on May 15, 2013, when the driver of the vehicle pulled

Road-O-Master Contractors sued over Staunton accident