A production worker for Tyson Foods Inc. settled her lawsuit for $2.5 million against the maker of a rotating conveyor shaft that she blamed for her injuries when she was tangled in it. Candilyn Cunningham, now 24, worked as a “floor person” at the Pine Bluff, Ark., location of Tyson Foods. On Aug. 19, 2008, […]
Interlachen Harriet Investments Ltd. v. Kelley, et al. (MLW No. 62648/Case No. 11-6013 – 19 pages) (U.S. Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, Venters, B.J.)
A state appeals court put its seal of approval on a $60 million settlement between investors and brokerage firm A.G. Edwards Inc.
A Cape Girardeau judge ruled today that the parents of a woman found dead in August Busch IV’s home last year can’t join the lawsuit as parties.
Lawyers for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co. agreed today to pay a $4 million jury verdict in a lawsuit over the death of a 10-year-old girl.
A hearing is set for this afternoon in Cape Girardeau on the settlement of a wrongful death suit brought by the son of a woman who died in August Busch IV’s home late last year.
Attorneys for A.G. Edwards will defend a settlement worth tens of millions of dollars Wednesday in appeals court.
An Ohio-based company will pay $8 million in a settlement with the United States on claims that it improperly paid a Kansas City-area pharmacy to buy prescription drugs, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a press release.
August Busch IV has agreed to settle for $1.5 million a wrongful death suit brought by the son of a woman who died at Busch’s home last year, the child’s lawyer said today.
A St. Louis personal injury case involving a pothole, a church, a private school and plat maps dating to the 1800s settled at mediation for $380,000.
The medical services provider for St. Louis’ medium security jail settled a lawsuit filed by a nurse who alleged the company is responsible for her brain damage.
The terms are confidential. The case had been scheduled to go to trial Monday.
Pfizer Inc. and its bankrupt Quigley Co. unit are close to a settlement with a group of alleged asbestos victims that would resolve the drugmaker’s liability for billions of dollars in potential claims, a lawyer said.
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