Robert McMillan v. Argosy Gaming Company

  • This case was dismissed with prejudice without cost to any party, as all costs are fully paid, and the subject matter being settled.

    Randy Grater v. CSX Transportation
  • Case management conference was held and discovery schedule was set. A civil jury trial was set for Nov. 14, 2005.

    Sharon Woodson v. Boston Scientific
  • Case was dismissed with both parties to bear their costs.

    Patricia Marsh v. Allstate Insurance
  • All hearing motions, and settlement conferences were cancelled as the case settled. Settlement papers are being drafted and stipulation for dismissal will be submitted.

    Dora Jablonski v. Ford Motor Company
  • Defendant Matalie Ingram granted leave to file answer to counterclaim Ford Motor Company. Ford granted 28 days to answer or plead responsively.

    Ralph E. Lowe v. Mack Trucks
  • Waste Management's motion for a summary judgment has been set for a hearing on Feb. 2, 2005.

    Billie Stevens v. Autozone
  • A civil jury trial was set for July 11, 2005, with Circuit Judge Andy Matoesian.

    Marilyn Boser v. Flying J
  • Defendant's motions to dismiss, for summary judgment and to continue trial were denied by Circuit Judge Andy Matoesian.

    Arlie Schon v. Beelman Truck Company
  • Judge Andy Matoesian set a civil jury trial for May 15, 2005, in this wrongful death case filed in 1998.

    Dane Tannler v. Wicks Lounge
  • A settlement was reached in the case. Circuit Judge Philip Kardis dismissed the case with prejudice with each party to bear its own costs.

    Melvin Amos Ind. & on behalf v. SBC
  • Judge Kardis granted a preliminary settlement proposal in this class action case, with a final hearing on the settlement to be heard on Feb. 28, 2005, in Granite City.

    Jason Mcafoos v. Ameritech
  • This case was set for trial on Dec, 6, however a last minute settlement was reached with all parties with the exception of Excel Corporation which is in bankruptcy proceedings.

    Dustin Wyatt v. Star Transport Company
  • The motion to continue was granted as one defendant is in Iraq.

    Rowe v. Gerards Design Studio
  • Plaintiff orally moved to amend complaint interlineation to change the name of defendant, Rusk Technical, to Rusk, a division of Conair.

    Ashley Peach Ind. And on behalf v. K-Mart
  • The cause came before Judge Nicholas Byron on a case management conference and being advised, ruled Peach’s motion for leave is granted to amend complaint. Second amended complaint is deemed filed instanter, and K-Mart has until Jan. 15, 2005 to answer or responsively plead.

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