BELLEVILLE – Cahokia Mayor Curtis McCall Jr. and candidates of the McCall Good Government Party bumped off all but one of their opponents from the ballot at a hearing of St. Clair County’s electoral board on Jan. 10.
News from January 2019
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EDWARDSVILLE — A Godfrey woman is suing an Alton borrower, alleging he owes more than $165,000 for breach of a promissory note.
BELLEVILLE - St. Clair County State’s Attorney Brendan Kelly has wiped clean the record of Michael Foxworth of East St. Louis, who served a sentence on a faulty conviction for sexual abuse of his granddaughter.
Plaintiff verdicts in 2018 may have amounted to two-thirds of the trial outcomes, but jurors sent a clear message to plaintiffs pursuing collision suits after they entered several awards for $1,000 or less. In those suits, a motorist was awarded $1,000 and two bus passengers were awarded $1,000 and $500.
BELLEVILLE – East St. Louis election commissioners must issue subpoenas that mayoral candidate Robert Eastern III requested in a ballot dispute, St. Clair County Associate Judge Julie Katz ruled on Jan. 11.
BRYAN CAVE: Zetoony Named The Top ‘Legal Influencer’ of Cross-Border Telecommunications, Media and Technology Law
Lexology, one of the leading publishers of legal news and information with more than 350,000 readers, identified Boulder Partner David Zetoony as the top “Legal Influencer”.
THOMPSON COBURN LLP: U.S. Senate confirms former Thompson Coburn partner Tom Jayne to Railroad Retirement Board
Thompson Coburn extends its congratulations to our former partner Tom Jayne, senior general attorney with BNSF Railway Company and a recent Presidential nominee for a key position on the Railroad Retirement Board.
Bryan Cave issued the following announcement on.The international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner has announced changes to its governing Board, effective Jan. 1.
Judge lays out trial plan for class claiming they were gypped over 'freshly brewed' Kcup advertising
A federal court judge has laid out a new plan to deal with a class action against the makers of a coffee product.
MT. VERNON -- The Fifth District Appellate Court affirmed a St. Clair County circuit court ruling granting a mother's request to move to North Carolina with her minor children.
Marijuana use damages youth health.
A man who claimed that a Madison County child custody exchange center violated the Illinois Civil Rights Act by unfairly making non-residential parents - usually fathers - wait longer than residential parents has had his lawsuit tossed.
Illinois State Police announced plans to aggressively crack down on misuse of the left lane on interstate highways, deploying “covert vehicles” to boost enforcement.
MT. VERNON – The Fifth District Appellate Court upheld a judgement out of the Madison County Circuit Court to terminate the parental rights of a father who alleged his termination was unfair because the court did not admonish him.
EDWARDSVILLE — A Madison County motorist is suing a tractor-trailer owner and driver, alleging negligence caused a crash that injured the plaintiff.
EDWARDSVILLE — A Jersey County woman is suing Alton nightclub operators, alleging a motorcyclist became intoxicated at the nightclub and caused a collision.