A church that sued a fire alarm company after its building sustained heavy damage is due $1 million under a judge’s order. But the attorneys are still fighting over how much the church actually will get. The case went to ...Read More »
Efforts to confirm Bryan Cave partner Linda Martinez as director of the state’s economic development agency ran into a speed bump at the state Capitol on Thursday. The Senate Gubernatorial Appointments Committee had signed off on her appointment. But the ...Read More »
Two clients of a legal document preparation company are now suing it, claiming We The People is practicing law without a license. St. Louis attorney Neil Smith, of the Smith Law Firm, filed suit last week in St. Louis County Circuit Court against parent company Dollar Financial Corp., We The People USA Inc. and We The People of Greater St. Louis. Smith is seeking class action status for his litigation. In essence, he argues the companies are violating state laws by charging fees, typically hundreds of dollars, to draw up papers to use in courts, according to a copy of the lawsuit.
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Attorneys for General Motors Corp. secured a defense verdict from a St. Louis jury in a lawsuit following a car crash that severely injured a 15-month-old child. Plaintiffs’ attorneys had sought $1 million from GM during settlement discussions and at ...Read More »
A woman with both physical and mental disabilities is due services under a state program, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, finding a 2005 change in the eligibility standard violates federal anti-discrimination laws. A lawyer on the case said this appears ...Read More »
U.S. Sen. Kit Bond will not seek re-election when his seat is up again in 2010. Bond, a Republican, was first elected a senator in 1986 and has been re-elected three times. Bond shared the news in a speech to ...Read More »