This weeks new filings
A Glen Carbon racquet club that no longer exists is being sued by a woman who claims she tripped and violently fell to the ground while playing tennis.
Attorney Jeff Cooper is a big part of the 'team'. As far as campaign committees go, the "Madison County Democratic Team" is nothing if it isn't closely-held.
Monday, October 18th, 2004
Carol Kugler Even though the 112th House District is ripe for a Republican challenge, Democratic incumbent Jay Hoffman (D-Collinsville) will likely coast to an eighth term on Nov. 2.
Darrell Nash ind. & on behalf v. Sears Roebuck
10/12/01-- U.S. Rep. Jerry Costello (D-Belleville) first introduces legislation to name the Alton federal building after late Judge William L. Beatty. Beatty was the first judge from Madison County appointed to the federal bench.
He’s new at this, but Judge Daniel J. Stack is making serious sense.
U.S. Congressman Charles Norwood (R-Georgia) called for a Justice Department investigation on September 10. He spent three days last week making the case why on the floor of the U.S. House.
Lula Ishum v. Ashley Bush
Predictions of heavy money showering on the Illinois Supreme Court race between Washington County Circuit Judge Lloyd Karmeier and 5th District Appellate Court Judge Gordon Maag are holding true.
Dr. Lawrence Shipley A Granite City chiropractor who believes he has blazed the trail for others in his profession to sue insurance companies will be in court Friday, Oct. 15 when Circuit Judge Nicholas Byron hears a motion to dismiss Lawrence Shipley DC v. MetLife Auto & Home Insurance.
Friday, October 15th, 2004
When is the last time you or a loved one needed a doctor? Did you have access to one?
All pending motions in Mark J. Eavenson v. Selective Insurance Company of America will be heard by Circuit Judge Nicholas Byron on Friday, Oct. 15.
My son has a severe allergy to bee stings and recently was stung. My neighborhood was built after the map of our area was made and took longer than usual for the ambulance to arrive. He became even more ill than usual.
U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft's Department of Justice is "reviewing" a request for it to investigate Madison County's courts. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Justice Department spokesman Blaine Rethmeier said a request by former U.S. Attorney General Griffin Bell and Georgia Congressman Charlie Norwood for a federal investigation of the Madison County court system is being considered.