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Trent Bond successfully tried a case on behalf of a lender that was insured under a policy of title insurance, where the mortgage or deed of trust was lost and the borrower had claimed he had not signed the deed of trust, although he had accepted the loan funds. Trent filed suit for quiet title pursuant […]
Hein Schneider & Bond P.C. proudly announces that Trent Bond has been elevated to partner status. Trent joined the firm in 2008 and has been instrumental in the firm’s growth and success. Trent is a seasoned trial attorney with a proven track record of winning commercial and real estate cases. He will continue to concentrate his practice […]
Adam Stockberger successfully defended three municipal police officers against claims brought by an individual pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983 for the alleged use of excessive force, deliberate indifference to a medical need and supervisor liability. The Honorable Henry Autrey, United States District Judge for Eastern District of Missouri, granted the Motion for Summary Judgment filed […]
Bill Sauerwein argued the appeal before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit on behlaf of the City of Branson. At issue was whether the Plaintiff had improperly invoked the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts when it sued the City of Branson. At the conclusion of the appeal, the court ruled in […]
John Hein and Bill Sauerwein represented and defended the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission (“MoDot”) against a class action lawsuit brought by a group of property owners who sought more than $1.5M from MoDOT related to its expansion of Highway 141. The court awarded Summary Judgment to MoDOT on July 7, 2015. In its judgment […]
Our friend and colleague Paul Simon Jr. passed away yesterday. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers.
To collect losses paid by an insurer as a result of a builder’s mechanics lien claims, John Hein won the right on appeal to pursue collection against the individual owner of the company by piercing the corporate veil. The Trial Court awarded judgment but denied the Creditor’s Bill against the individual owner. John obtained a […]
Sarah Holdener recently presented at a continuing education seminar on Legal Descriptions, Title Insurance and Surveys in Real Estate Transactions for NBI Seminars in Clayton, Missouri. Contact Sarah if you would like a copy of her presentation materials.
Bill Sauerwein successfully represented numerous homeowners at a trial concerning the validity of subdivision restrictions that imposed obligations on homeowners to pay dues to a privately owned country club.
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