Dupo Oilfield Development did not break a contract with Jasper Oil Producers, an appellate court ruled on Sept. 10.
BELLEVILLE — The trustee of the Safe Haven Trust claims two tenants owe their former landlord more than $44,000.
Two warranty companies face a class-action lawsuit over their extended service plans.
Shop-N-Save and a former security guard are engaged in settlement discussions regarding a suit alleging the plaintiff was terminated for disclosing information regarding an assault and for using a laptop to monitor the riots in Ferguson, Mo.
A business loan of nearly $2 million may land a Madison County resident in court.
A driver accuses a prominent insurance company of ignoring her insurance claim.
Magistrate Judge Reona Daly rescheduled a settlement conference in a former Madison County employee’s discrimination suit against Madison County and Recorder of Deeds Amy Meyer.
BELLEVILLE – While St. Clair County Sheriff Rick Watson relies on a contract for Cahokia police managers to justify a pension equal to his last salary as police chief in 2011, the village currently challenges the document’s validity in court.
Three pension fund management groups accuse a local contractor of unpaid contributions.
Two Millstadt homeowners allege their insurance company refuses to pay a flood damage claim.
Illinois State Police will not receive a new trial in an age discrimination case brought by former employees, a federal judge ruled.
The owner of St. Clair Square alleges its tenants violated a lease agreement.
BELLEVILLE — Citizens Community Bank is suing a borrower, citing alleged breach of promissory note.
Visiting judge J. Marc Kelly of Fayette County will hear motions to set a trial date and briefing schedule in a class action alleging a several tax buyers participated in a bid-rigging conspiracy with former Madison County Treasurer Fred Bathon.
The State of Illinois and Gov. Bruce Rauner argue in their motion to dismiss a school funding dispute filed by 22 Southern Illinois school districts, that the amended complaint involves an “insuperable separation of powers problem.”