A Boone County jury awarded $450,000 to a woman whose nude photos were posted to a plastic surgeon’s website against her will. The plaintiff, Lisa Coffman, sued Matthew J. Concannon for posting to his company’s website in 2011 nude photos ...Read More »
Plaintiff, an inmate, filed suit under 42 U.S.C. §1983 against various prison officials, claiming invasion of privacy. The district court granted plaintiff’s motion to proceed in forma pauperis and dismissed the case. Where having female prison guards monitor a male ...Read More »
INFOGRAPH: The parameters of Gov. Eric Greitens’ May 14 trial are falling into place. In a case involving the state’s top elected official, one of the state’s busiest courts and some of the state’s most prominent lawyers, nearly everyone seems to have a connection.
Tagged with: Al Watkins Carey Danis & Lowe Dowd Bennett Ed Dowd Eric Greitens indictment invasion of privacy Jay Nixon Jim Bennett John Garvey Josh Hawley Kim Gardner Kodner Watkins Rex Burlison Robert H. Dierker St. Louis Circuit AttorneyRead More »
A pair of Kansas City morning show hosts’ attempt at ribald humor cost their radio station’s parent company $1 million after a federal jury in Kansas City, Kansas, found that they libeled a University of Kansas law student whom they misidentified as a pornographic actress.Read More »
The publisher of a defunct Kansas City crime tabloid is on the hook for more than $550,000 in damages, court costs and legal fees thanks to a mug-shot mistake that wrongly identified a Kansas City, Kan., man as an accused sex offender.Read More »
A federal jury awarded $100,000 to a plastic surgery patient whose naked photos were published in a Riverfront Times article about the doctors at a surgery center. The woman, identified only as “Jane Doe” from Georgia, expected her medical files ...Read More »