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Cardiologist wins verdict in breach of contract suit

A cardiologist was awarded $329,166 in his breach of contract claim against a medical group. Stephen Comens said SSM St. Charles Medical Group Inc. breached an employment agreement when it implemented a new compensation formula that imposed on him an ...

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Settlement reached in fatal car crash lawsuit

Dram shop experts helped the families of four people an off-duty Sunset Hills police officer killed in a car crash reach a settlement with the officer and the restaurant/bar that served the officer alcohol while she allegedly was intoxicated. The ...

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Illinois jury finds for worker in scaffold suit

A St. Clair County, Ill., jury awarded a former ironworker $1.1 million in his product liability claim against a scaffolding supplier. On April 15, 2001, David Willett was working at the Baldwin Power Plant in Baldwin, Ill., refurbishing one of ...

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Jury finds for plaintiffs in motor vehicle accident

An elderly man and woman received a $65,500 verdict after they were rear-ended on Interstate 70 in downtown St. Louis. Timothy Brown was driving westbound on Interstate 70 near the Edward Jones Dome when his 1984 Ford Tempo got a ...

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Settlement reached in fatal car crash lawsuit

Dram shop experts helped the families of four people an off-duty Sunset Hills police officer killed in a car crash reach a settlement with the officer and the restaurant/bar that provided the officer alcohol while she allegedly was intoxicated.

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Attorneys anxious about rule change

The St. Louis County Family Court has been working on changes to its rules for more than a year. Still, attorneys said they didn't get to comment on the final version.

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Spotlight shines on state’s death penalty

Missouri's public defender system is one of the reasons the American Bar Association decided to review the state's administration of the death penalty.

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Resident sues to stop Kirkwood memorial

A Kirkwood resident has filed a lawsuit against the city to stop it from using public funds for a memorial remembering victims of the Kirkwood City Hall shooting.

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