Moore v. Colvin (MLW No. 67047/Case No. 13-3774 – 5 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, Kelly, J.)Read More »
Fred Robinson’s case was one of the first to test the application of a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court opinion that found GPS tracking was a search under the Fourth Amendment.Read More »
A federal jury awarded St. Louis-based Emerson $5.3 million in a trade secrets and contracts case against a competitor.Read More »
Developer John R. Steffen pleaded not guilty of bank fraud Wednesday in federal court. Steffen, who headed the now-defunct Pyramid Construction Inc., was arraigned before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mary Ann Medler in St. Louis. Brian Witherspoon represented Steffen at the ...Read More »
A university and the federal government have agreed to resolve a lawsuit over taxing medical residents.
Saint Louis University sued the U.S. government last fall alleging it overpaid $24.6 million in Social Security and Medicare taxes from 1995 through March 2005.
Several other teaching medical programs have made similar claims, including Barnes-Jewish Hospital, which sued seeking a nearly $25 million refund.
A truck driver injured after another rig swerved into his lane in St. Charles County won $500,000 after a federal jury trial. But how much he ultimately receives isn’t finalized. John Burroughs sued Mackie Moving Systems Corp., for whom the ...Read More »
Developer John R. Steffen has been indicted on bank fraud, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Friday. The indictment alleges Steffen, who headed up the defunct Pyramid Construction Inc., used collateral from a loan intended for the Metropolitan Building in Grand ...Read More »
The search is on for a full-time U.S. magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. Chief Judge Catherine D. Perry announced the authorization of the appointment Thursday. The appointee will fill the spot vacated by Audrey G. Fleissig, who became a U.S. District judge earlier this month.Read More »