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Partner Matt Devoti Selected To Co-Lead National Business Institute Lecture

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on June 17, 2014

Casey & Devoti is proud to announce that partner Matt Devoti has been selected by the National Institute of Business (NBI) to be a member of the presenting faculty for a video webcast entitled, “Litigating Duty to Defend Insurance Coverage Claims:  Start to Finish”.  This will be the sixth time Matt has served as a presenting […]

Semi-Truck Crashes: A Victim’s Guide To Justice

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on June 11, 2014

The recent semi-truck crash involving comedian, Tracy Morgan, serves as an important reminder regarding state and federal regulations for commercial drivers and the companies that employ them. Commercial drivers and the companies that employ them must adhere to strict state and federal regulations regarding testing and licensing, vehicle height and weight, drivers’ hours of service, […]

Technology In The Courtroom

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on June 10, 2014

Interesting article in today’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch regarding jurors and their use of technology and, in particular, Google searches, during trials. At immediate issue is whether a judge in St. Louis City will overturn a jury’s $7.5 million award to a former St. Louis police officer who claimed she was harassed in retaliation for complaints […]

Partner Matthew Casey Re-elected To Richmond Heights City Council

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on April 23, 2014

Casey & Devoti is pleased to announce the re-election of partner, Matthew Casey, to the Richmond Heights City Council.  This will be Matt’s second term as a Richmond Heights council member.  The City of Richmond Heights is located at the intersection of interstates 64 and 170 in the heart of metropolitan St. Louis.  It has […]

Supreme Court of Missouri Reappoints Matt Devoti to Disciplinary Committee

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on March 12, 2014

Casey & Devoti is proud to announce that partner Matt Devoti has been reappointed by the Supreme Court of Missouri to serve as a member of the Regional Disciplinary Committee for Region XI.  Matt’s renewed appointment is a four-year term, which became effective January 1, 2014. Matt Devoti previously served as a member of the […]

Casey & Devoti Secures Injury Judgment for Client Against Joyce Meyer Ministries

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on March 11, 2014

A woman represented by Casey & Devoti was successful in her case against Joyce Meyer Ministries.  A jury in the City of St. Louis awarded the woman $280,000 following a five day trial that concluded on March 7, 2014. The woman attended Joyce Meyer’s “Love Life” Women’s Conference in September 2010 at the Edward Jones […]

Gateway Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Names Matt Devoti to Board of Directors

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on

Casey & Devoti is pleased to announce the appointment of partner, Matt Devoti, to the Board of Directors of the Gateway Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. “I am honored to have been selected to sit on the CFF Gateway Chapter Board of Directors.  This organization has been instrumental in advancing the awareness and treatment […]

Casey & Devoti Sponsors Annual Wine Event to Benefit Cystic Fibrosis

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on October 14, 2013

Casey & Devoti recently sponsored an event in St. Louis that helps support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In late September, the firm joined several local businesses to help sponsor the 11th Annual Wine Opener, hosted by the Gateway Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The event, which helps raise awareness and funds for children and adults affected […]

Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Results in $2 Million Verdict

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on August 27, 2013

A recent jury verdict in Charleston, West Virginia has resulted in a $2 million judgment against New Jersey-based C.R. Bard Inc. for injuries suffered by Donna Cisson as a result of flaws in the company’s Avaulta vaginal-mesh implants. It was the first federal trial dealing with claims over injuries caused by vaginal-mesh implants. Cisson was […]

Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Create Major Headaches for Employees and Consumers

Posted by Matthew J. Devoti on July 15, 2013

Major companies are increasingly slipping mandatory arbitration clauses into employment contracts and consumer contracts, to the detriment of employees and consumers. A mandatory arbitration clause dictates that arbitration – rather than a traditional lawsuit – is the only remedy available should something go awry. These clauses have become increasingly popular, particularly in employment contracts, thanks […]

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