Ex-East St. Louis Linebacker Sues, Says Has Brain DamageHunt says he complained to coaches about concussion symptoms during a 2008 game but was sent back to play.
Illinois State's Attorney May Expand Opioid Crisis LawsuitHe says he may expand that lawsuit.
Good Samaritan Who Thwarted Starbucks Robbery Faces Possible Lawsuit From SuspectA California man who stepped in to stop an armed robbery could face legal troubles of his own.
Federal Appeals Court to Rehear Ferguson LawsuitA federal appeals court will rehear a lawsuit stemming from the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson.
Lawyers Agree To Stop Monkeying Around in Selfie LawsuitAttorneys representing a macaque monkey have agreed to a compromise in a case where they asserted the animal owned the copyright to selfie photos it had shot with a photographer's camera.
Former Employee Files Suit Against Stray Rescue Animal ShelterKristin Boyd alleges racial discrimination, among other things.
Missouri Attorney General Fights Backpage.com LawsuitAttorney General Josh Hawley filed a motion Tuesday against Backpage, saying its lawsuit is frivolous and should be tossed.
Appeals Court: Ferguson Lawsuit Can ProceedLawyers for Ferguson Police say excessive force wasn't used and sought to have the suit dismissed because there was no underlying constitutional violation.
Settlement Amount Released in Michael Brown CaseDetails are emerging on the settlement between the city of Ferguson and the parents of Michael Brown
High Court Ruling May Hurt Claims of Talc Link to CancerJohnson & Johnson believes that the Supreme Court ruling ``requires reversal of the talc cases that are currently under appeal in St. Louis.''
Settlement Reached in Lawsuit Over Michael Brown's DeathMichael Brown Sr. and his ex-wife, Lezley McSpadden, sued the city, former Police Chief Tom Jackson and former police officer Darren Wilson in 2015.
Lawsuit: Child Bound with Duct Tape for Nap Time ViolationA 4-year-old girl who refused to settle down on her cot during preschool nap time was bound with duct tape at a church-run center in suburban St. Louis, according to a lawsuit filed by the girl's parents.