A federal judge has approved $433,791 in attorneys’ fees and expenses in the case of a Columbia church whose suit against the state of Missouri went before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2017.
The city of Springfield agreed to pay $225,000 to settle a lawsuit after the city council repealed a citizen-backed ordinance that would have decriminalized marijuana possession.
Nearly 100 clinical social workers who were classified as exempt professional employees settled an unpaid-overtime class-action claim against a Kansas City public health provider for $1.15 million.
A Raytown motorcyclist injured in a May 2012 accident caused by falling debris on Interstate 435 settled two uninsured motorists’ claims for nearly $275,000.
The plaintiff said a group of officers joked that the plaintiff was so old that his Social Security number was 000-00-0002.
A Kansas City driver and two accident victims on opposite sides of an insurance settlement have joined together to successfully challenge the insurer’s subsequent refusal to pay the claim.
A federal court settlement ended a claim that the Missouri Department of Social Services filed liens against Medicaid recipients in violation of federal law.
A confidential settlement ended a class action lawsuit claiming that a grocery store chain required some of its employees to perform uncompensated work.
The federal court in Springfield has returned a $440,000 defense verdict in a bank case involving a fraudulent wire transfer to the Republic of Cyprus.
Greg Leyh, an attorney in Gladstone, has filed a potential class action lawsuit against Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, or MERS, a private company involved in millions of mortgage loans throughout the country.
A federal court has dismissed a complaint aimed at stopping the impending execution of Martin Link.
A lawsuit between Fox News and former U.S. Senate candidate Robin Carnahan has been settled, according to an entry in the lawsuit’s electronic case file.
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