A federal judge has given final approval to a $1.51 billion class-action settlement with Syngenta regarding the company’s use of genetically modified corn.
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The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District on Dec. 4 upheld a verdict against a medical malpractice plaintiff who claimed after her trial that the presiding judge should have recused himself for having an alleged business link to a defendant.Read More »
A case stemming from the death of a 7-year-old Kansas boy is heading to the Missouri Supreme Court on questions of jurisdiction and the duty owed by child-welfare agencies to individuals. On Dec. 4, the Missouri Supreme Court blocked a ...Read More »
Missouri’s secretary of state is investigating fellow Republican Attorney General Josh Hawley over allegations that he used public funds to bolster his successful U.S. Senate bid. Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s deputy general counsel confirmed the investigation in a Thursday ...
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Missouri’s venue laws hinge on where the plaintiff was “first injured.” That’s usually clear enough in a car crash or a botched surgery, but a pending legal malpractice suit against a prominent St. Louis law firm is proving harder to pin down.Read More »