A Greene County jury has cleared a trio of emergency medicine workers of delaying proper treatment and causing a patient’s right-eye blindness.Read More »
A Clayton family law firm is readying a full-fledged appeal of a $25,000 sanction after the Missouri Supreme Court denied its writ petition this week. “It was a long shot,” said Alan Mandel, the attorney for the firm Hais, Hais, Goldberger & Coyne, on Tuesday. “We’re back where we should be.”Read More »
A sexual harassment case a judge said was marked by rancor ended with a record-breaking $95 million verdict.Read More »
A pinch of stolen moon dust spent a day in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in St. Louis last week on its way home to the Johnson Space Center in Houston. St. Louis auction house Regency Superior Auctions was set to auction a 3-millimeter piece of tape containing the dust on June 10. The auction house valued the tiny strip of dust from the famous Sea of Tranquility at $1,000 to $1,500. Regency Superior, one of the largest auctioneers of space memorabilia in the world, sends all its catalogues of space-related items to NASA, said David M. Kols, the auction house’s president. NASA vets the catalogues for items with suspect origins and occasionally requests Regency Superior to pull items from auction.Read More »
A small piece of tape containing moon dust particles spent a day in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in St. Louis last week.Read More »
A company’s insistence that software and websites amount to “tangible property” helped yoke a reluctant insurer to a more than three-year-old $1.5 million judgment.Read More »
Public defenders recently have faced discipline or bar complaints for deficient handling of cases. That’s one of the points the Missouri State Public Defender System raises in a reply brief filed with the Missouri Supreme Court today in litigation about the system’s caseload.
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