The BrickHouse Law Group, a unique business, intellectual property, entertainment and trial law firm based in St. Louis, proudly announces that David B. Groce has joined the firm as a partner.
A federal class action lawsuit alleging that Farmland Foods did not pay employees for the time they spent getting into and out of safety gear, cleaning it and walking to and from their workstations, also known as “donning and doffing,” has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri.
On April 14, a federal judge denied all post-trial motions filed by China-based World Wide Stationery Manufacturing Co. Ltd. after a jury unanimously decided in favor of defendant U.S. Ring, declaring two of the Chinese company’s patents invalid.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, National Women’s History Month and the 30th Anniversary of the National Women’s History Project, Blawg Review and legal blawger Nicole Black highlighted female lawyers who blog about law and technology. Geri L. Dreiling was recognized for her tips on how to write legal content for the Internet.
The St. Louis Business Journal and Missouri Lawyers Media recently highlighted the merger of two St. Louis law firms, Carey & Danis and The Lowe Law Firm.
Primary Marking’s evidence tracking system eTWIST is featured in the January/February issue of Evidence Technology Magazine.
The sluggish economy has strained families’ resources and the safety nets of local charities, but the St. Louis legal community is lending a hand with a new philanthropic effort. Project XOXO was launched in December to raise money for local charities. Since then, area lawyers, law firms and legal organizations have raised more than $60,000 in cash contributions.
A story about a recent defense verdict won by Tony Simon and Timothy Grochocinski of The Simon Law Firm was featured in the Feb. 5 edition of the St. Louis Business Journal.
Yahoo! Inc. must pay a total of $12.4 million in a messenger program patent infringement case. A federal judge concluded that Yahoo’s willful violation merited two-thirds enhancement of a jury’s verdict.
eTWIST, a high-tech evidence tracking system offered by St. Louis-based Primary Marking, was recently featured in Officer.com’s Property Room. With eTWIST, police officers can record and enter evidence data information at the crime scene. Primary Marking estimates that law enforcement agencies using eTWIST can save up to 50 man-hours each week.