EDWARDSVILLE – A condominium association is alleged to have hired an unlicensed contractor to repair a roof at a Bethalto property.
EDWARDSVILLE – An Edwardsville couple claims a pool they had built at their home was improperly installed.
BELLEVILLE – A Swansea consulting and accounting corporation alleges that it has not been paid in full for services it provided to a Minnesota limited liability company.
BENTON — Employee benefit fund administrators are suing a company for allegedly failing to make contributions.
EAST ST. LOUIS — Two employee benefit fund administrators are suing A & A Hauling for allegedly failing to make contributions.
BENTON — Employee benefit fund administrators are suing United Thermal Industries for allegedly failing to make contributions to employee benefit funds.
BENTON — A former New York Times photographer claims his photos were used in violation of federal copyright laws.
BENTON — A company is suing the City of Mounds for allegedly breaching a settlement agreement reached after the Fifth District ordered mediation.
BENTON — A woman claims she was damaged when a business used deceptive debt collection practices.
A company is suing Taylor Roofing Solutions Inc. and Gerrit Yank for alleged trademark infringement and unfair competition.
EDWARDSVILLE — A company has filed a lawsuit against a woman for allegedly failing to make payments on a debt.
EDWARDSVILLE — An African-American truck driver is suing his employer for allegedly subjecting him to racial discrimination and a hostile work environment.
EDWARDSVILLE — An advertising agency owner is suing an insurer for allegedly failing to make payments after his business was damaged due to a flood.
BENTON — Administrators of employee benefit funds for VI Corps. are suing their employer for allegedly failing to make contributions on behalf of employees.
Some Illinois lawmakers are on board with a plan to require school boards to pay starting teachers $40,000 a year without providing additional funding for districts.
BELLEVILLE — A buyer is suing Qusaio O. Odeh, owner of Royal Sub Market in East St. Louis, citing alleged breach of oral agreement.
BELLEVILLE — Medical service providers are suing Meridian Health Plan of Illinois Inc., a plan administrator, citing alleged common law fraud.
The Illinois Retail Merchants Association said Monday that it had obtained emails showing that municipal officials illegally shared local businesses tax information with an outside company that makes money auditing businesses on behalf of local governments.