Robert McMillan v. Argosy Gaming CompanyThis 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 et.al.
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 et.al.
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 et.al
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 et.al.
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 et.al.
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.