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Court affirms $34.3M verdict against State Farm

The Eagleton Federal Courthouse

A federal appeals court has upheld a $34.3 million jury verdict in a class action suit alleging State Farm Life Insurance Company systematically overcharged universal life insurance policyholders after ruling a policy provision outlining cost-of-insurance rates was ambiguous.

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Insurers not on hook for part of $83M settlement

The Eagleton Federal Courthouse

A federal judge has ruled that two insurers are not obligated to provide coverage for damages the Anheuser-Busch Employees’ Credit Union incurred while defending itself against a consumer class action lawsuit that resulted in an $83 million settlement. On April ...

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Judge approves $3.3M in fees in foster care suit

A federal judge has approved more than $3.3 million in attorneys’ fees and costs following the settlement of a class action lawsuit alleging that Missouri overprescribed psychotropic drugs to children in foster care. In an April 3 order, U.S. District ...

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Federal court affirms attorneys’ fees in Bass Pro lawsuit

A federal appeals court has upheld the award of $2.39 million in attorneys’ fees in a long-running class-action suit against Bass Pro Outdoor World and its subsidiaries. On Dec. 4, a three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of ...

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Federal lawsuit filed over 2017 St. Louis protest arrests

A federal lawsuit alleges that St. Louis police officers mistreated scores of protesters in a police “kettle” during a demonstration two years ago. The suit was filed this week against the city and 343 officers and officials, the St. Louis ...

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Federal lawsuit filed over 2017 St. Louis protest arrests

A federal lawsuit alleges that St. Louis police officers mistreated scores of protesters in a police “kettle” during a demonstration two years ago. The suit was filed this week against the city and 343 officers and officials, the St. Louis ...

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