St. Louis photographer Michael Eastman claims that an interior designer starring on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Decorators” went overboard when he featured a picture taken by Eastman as a mural in television hostess Daisy Fuentes’ home.
A federal judge today gave final approval to a $5.75 million settlement in a securities class action against St. Louis-based Panera Bread Co.
A Missouri tattoo artist has settled his lawsuit against Warner Bros. after mediation.
St. Louis Rams linebacker David Vobora scored a $5.4 million judgment in his lawsuit against a fitness supplement company over a failed drug test.
A federal grand jury today indicted Jimmy Tebeau, who has for years run a series of outdoor music festivals in southern Missouri that critics complain were the scene of rampant illegal drug use.
A federal lawsuit seeks to stop a $3.2 billion merger between St. Louis-based IT infrastructure provider Savvis Inc. and telecommunications company CenturyLink Inc. — or at least get a better price for shareholders.
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District plans to offer $4.7 billion to settle a federal lawsuit filed by the Environmental Protection Agency over violations of the Clean Water Act.
A federal judge has given final approval to a $1 million class action settlement involving a mortgage broker.
Missouri Bar President-Elect Lynn Ann Vogel and her husband, Paul, have asked a federal judge to dismiss the claims made against them in an investors’ lawsuit over an alleged Ponzi scheme.
U.S. District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr. this morning declined to grant a restraining order that Missouri officials had sought to stop the Corps from blowing up the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway.
Several states have entered the legal fight over the possible breach of the Birds Point levee.
A couple of cab drivers are challenging a fee they must pay to pick up fares at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport as illegal.
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