Armstrong Teasdale partner Bill Corrigan will challenge incumbent Charlie Dooley for the position of St. Louis County Executive in 2010, Corrigan announced Monday in a news release. Corrigan, who plans to formally announce his intentions at noon tomorrow at the ...Read More »
Armstrong Teasdale and Shaffer Lombardo Shurin are at it again. The two law firms, which represent the liquidators of General American Life, have sued two more defendants over the 1999 collapse of the St. Louis-based insurer. In the sights this ...Read More »
Client conflicts have sundered Armstrong Teasdale’s nine-year affiliation with the 22 attorneys of a Washington, D.C., firm. The former Tighe Patton Armstrong Teasdale attorneys joined with Detroit firm Butzel Long on April 1 in a joint venture similar to the ...
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Spencer Fane Britt & Browne is launching a Jefferson City office next week with the recruitment of attorney Joseph Bednar, former chief legal counsel to the late Gov. Mel Carnahan. Bednar, who also was special counsel to former Gov. Bob ...Read More »
Spencer Fane Britt & Browne cut the positions of eight staff members last week in what was described as a move toward greater efficiency. Five people were let go in Kansas City and three in the firm’s St. Louis office ...Read More »
Correction: In the original version of this article, the first name of Janis Good was misspelled. Good, an assistant public defender, is one of the recipients of the St. Louis Daily Record’s Public Service Practitioner Award. We regret the error. ...
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Select Specialty Hospital-St. Louis, a long-term acute care hospital based inside Forest Park Community Hospital, is fighting to keep its Medicare and Medicaid funding. On Thursday, Senior U.S. District Judge Scott O. Wright granted a temporary restraining order prohibiting the ...Read More »
Plaintiffs in the case involving a lake tragedy in Jefferson County were awarded $2.3 million by a jury that deliberated for 12 hours. Nicholas Harbison, 16, died, and Morgan Milfeld and Timothy Fitzpatrick, both 15 at the time, were injured ...Read More »
The news that Anheuser-Busch InBev is making its vendors wait longer for payment created a stir in the St. Louis legal community. The brewery, which has hired at least eight Missouri law firms, is paying goods and services suppliers every ...Read More »
Armstrong Teasdale has joined the ranks of Missouri law firms laying off attorneys and staff. The St. Louis-based firm this week let go seven lawyers and 23 staff members, or 6 percent of the firm’s total personnel, managing partner Michael ...Read More »
Many of the MOney 20 firms adhered to the business basics in 2007: More lawyers mean more money. Make sure expenses don’t grow as fast as revenue, and watch profits per partner go up. Among the highlights in the 2008 ...Read More »