The law firm of Heyl Royster has officially moved into its new office space located on the top floor of the Peabody Plaza Building at 701 Market Street in St. Louis.
News from September 2018
A woman denies that she contributed to her own injuries in her suit against a Wood River car dealership alleging she was injured as a passenger when tires fell off of a bus
Aspen Dental Management and a dentist argue that a patient caused his own injuries after a tooth extraction by failing to follow the dentist’s recommendation to see an oral surgeon.
Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C., has announced that Midwest Real Estate News has named Greensfelder among the region’s top 42 law firms for real estate in 2018.
Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. has announced that L. Taylor Hall, an officer in the firm’s St. Louis office, has been recognized as a “Law Firm Leader” among Missouri Lawyers Media’s 2018 Up & Coming Awards winners.
Attorney for murder suspect argues State intentionally caused mistrial; Haida denies motion to dismiss Fields case
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Robert Haida denied a motion to drop the State's case against David E. Fields, who is alleged to have killed Carl Silas at his Belleville apartment on Dec. 30, 2016.
An Edwardsville resident accuses Trans Union and a bank of inaccurate reporting.
Free market thinkers and those who believe in some government intervention are involved in an increasingly sour battle over the issue of climate change.
The surviving spouse of a man who died of lung cancer blames several manufacturers of the asbestos exposure that led to his death.
The race to fill an open seat on the Fifth District Appellate Court has seen an infusion of trial lawyer campaign cash in recent weeks - from near and far.
An O'Fallon attorney who's been involved in voter integrity initiatives as a volunteer for six years and who's also running for circuit judge in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit said he is "very disturbed" by a video circulating on social media of a local labor leader encouraging people to "vote early and often," as in "East St. Louis."