When Adam Sachs arrived at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, he planned to visit his college-intern son in the office of U.S. House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn and then watch as Congress voted to certify the presidential election.
A Missouri appeals court has affirmed a defense judgment in a Kansas City attorney’s suit against a woman he alleged negligently dropped and injured his puppy, ruling the decision was not against the weight of the evidence.
A Missouri appeals court has affirmed a $427,500 judgment against the 32nd Judicial Circuit Court for a woman who was injured after falling down the basement stairs of the Cape Girardeau Common Pleas Courthouse in 2013.
Federal courts nationwide are adopting new procedures to receive highly sensitive court documents following the disclosure of widespread cybersecurity breaches of private sector and government computer systems.
Each year, Missouri Lawyers Media searches its Verdicts & Settlements to honor the state-licensed attorneys who achieved the largest verdicts, settlements, judgments and defense wins of the past 12 months.
A panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals Southern District split on whether a DISH Network technician was eligible for workers’ compensation after he crashed his work vehicle while choking on a breakfast sandwich.
A favorable ruling last month in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims for landowners along the Missouri River has spawned new, similar litigation in the court.
The Court of Appeals Eastern District said that it won’t review a decision to remove St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s office from a high-profile weapons case involving a pair of attorneys.
Members of the Jackson County legal community are mourning the death of Assistant Jackson County Prosecutor JoEllen Engelbart, who died Jan. 2 after spending nearly two weeks in a hospital for treatment of COVID-19.
The 101st Missouri General Assembly began its legislative session on Jan. 6 with plans to pick up an issue that the 100th Assembly put aside just a month before: COVID-19 liability protections.
Susan Appelquist, a longtime Springfield-area family law attorney and a 2019 Women’s Justice Award winner, died Dec. 29 at age 66. According to her obituary, she suffered a fatal heart attack at her home.
The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District ruled that a $1 verdict for a man injured in a vehicle accident was not against the weight of the evidence.
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- Clark named as next Eastern District chief judge
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