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Blog Posts in 2014

  • Odor from Sandusky, Ohio Composting Operation Getting Worse

    The Sandusky Register is reporting that the noxious odors emanating from the composting operation at Barnes Nursery is "especially bad this year." Homeowners are concerned that, because of the odor, the value of their property has taken a hit. One Sandusky resident, Dan Tracht, said the odor "actually brought tears to [his] eyes." We are currently representing over 100 Ohio residents in an odor ...
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  • DeForest, Wisconsin Nuisance Ordinance Lawful

    The DeForest Times-Tribune has reported that the Village's beefed-up Nuisance Ordinance is legal, and can be used to impose harsher penalties for repeat nuisance offenders, including fines "upwards of $25,000." Residents have complained about odors they believe emanate from a grease recycling and biodiesel plant run by Sanimax. I do not currently represent anyone in Wisconsin. I have represented ...
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  • Congratulations Anthony G. Simon on being named Best Lawyers® 2015 Litigation – Patent “Lawyer of the Year" in St. Louis

    Anthony G. Simon has been named Best Lawyers® 2015 Litigation – Patent “Lawyer of the Year" in St. Louis. He was also selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015 in the fields of Litigation - Antitrust and Litigation - Intellectual Property . Congratulations Anthony!
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  • Congratulations to the following former law clerks of The Simon Law who just recently passed the Missouri Bar Exam

    Congratulations to the following former law clerks of The Simon Law who just recently passed the Missouri Bar Exam: Alex Braitberg Nathan Davis Lara L. Gillham Carol Jansen Sanja Ord Jim Ribaudo Jenifer Snow Ashley Vaughan Jenn Winebright Brendan Zee-Cheng Thank you for all your hard work and dedication that you have given us. We wish you only the best in your new career in law.
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  • Meeting regarding Orchard Hill Sanitary Landfill in Coloma, Michigan

    The Herald Palladium is reporting that State Rep. Al Pscholka is hosting a meeting to update the public on efforts to reduce offending off-site odors coming from the Orchard Hill Sanitary Landfill. We previously blogged that Rep. Pscholka is urging community feedback on how well the landfill's efforts are in controlling the odors. I do not currently represent anyone in Michigan. I have represented ...
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  • Residents push for GenEarth in Moncks Corner, South Carolina to be shut down

    The Berkeley Independent is reporting that 75 residents packed into a county water and sanitation committee meeting to protest the noxious odors they have to live with on their properties. The odors come from GenEarth, which leases property at the Oakley Road landfill. The mayor of Moncks Corner is asking for a tally of the number of complaints to law enforcement from citizens. I do not currently ...
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  • Missoula, Montana residents asked to sniff samples to identify offending odor

    The Missoulian is reporting that the Missoula City-County Health Department is asking residents to attend a meeting where they will be asked to smell samples to determine the identity of the odor plaguing residents. We previously blogged that since May 30, dozens of complaints have been made regarding a foul odor coming from railroad tracks.
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  • Plaintiff wins Mesh Injury Case Against Boston Scientific

    On Monday September 8th a Texas jury reached a verdict of $73.5 million in the favor of Martha Salazar who suffered serious injuries from her Boston Scientific transvaginal mesh device, Obtryx. Salazar v. Boston Scientific The decision breaks down as follows: Physical pain and mental anguish in the past. $1.5 million Physical pain mental anguish in the future - $10 million Physical impairment in ...
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  • A pelvic mesh trial reaches a $3.27 million dollar verdict against Ethicon

    An east coast jury recently awarded $3.27 million to a woman who underwent surgery to remove a pelvic mesh manufactured by Johnson & Johnson - Ethicon. The jury awarded compensatory damages based on claims of failure to warn, design defect, pain and suffering, past medical expenses and for her husband's loss of consortium. If you have, or have had, a pelvic mesh implant and have questions, call ...
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  • Rendering plant odor affecting quality of life

    We previously blogged about the odors coming from Baker Commodities, a rendering plant that collects and recycles road kill. Residents were wanting DEC involvement in taking action against the rendering plant after they had been complaining for 9 years. The Democrat & Chronicle recently featured a resident, Steve Healey, who has described the odors as driving by a dead raccoon on the side of the ...
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  • 4 lawyers from The Simon Law Firm, P.C. are listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015

    Congratulations on being selected by your peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America®! John G. Simon has been named Best Lawyers® 2015 Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs “Lawyer of the Year" in St. Louis. Also selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2015 in the field of Product Liability Litigation - Plaintiffs. Anthony G. Simon was named Best Lawyers® ...
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  • Congratulations John G. Simon on being named Best Lawyers® 2015 Product Liability Litigation

    John G. Simon has been named Best Lawyers® 2015 Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs “Lawyer of the Year" in St. Louis. He was also selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015 in the field of Product Liability Litigation - Plaintiffs. Congratulations John!
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  • Rendering plant odors plaguing residents of Penfield, New York

    Rochester Homepage is reporting that the Town of Penfield is demanding that the New York DEC take action against Baker Commodities, which owns a rendering plant that collects and recycles road kill. Residents have been complaining of the horrible odor for nine years. I do not currently represent anyone at this site. We are representing individuals in an odor nuisance case regarding a landfill in ...
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  • Ryan Keane on being selected by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as an Up & Coming Lawyer for 2014

    The Missouri Lawyers Weekly editors selected the winners based on their demonstration of excellence and their potential to make a difference in the legal profession and their communities. The awards recognize lawyers who are 40 or younger, or within the first 10 years of practice. Congratulations Ryan!
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  • Amy Collignon Gunn Speaks Tonight at SLU Law Welcome Ceremony

    Amy Collignon Gunn of The Simon Law Firm, P.C., will be speaking tonight at SLU Law's Welcome Ceremony. The ceremony starts at 6:30 pm in the Pruellage Courtroom, Saint Louis University School of Law campus (221 N Grand Blvd, St Louis, MO 63103). Amy's topic is “Your History Starts Now”.
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