The case has drawn nationwide interest, including from 49 members of Congress who submitted an amicus brief urging the court to hear it and rule in the town’s favor.
Green Jacobson sues over bill after Zoltek CEO disses result of patent case involving F-22 fighter jet
Three separate malpractice suits target defunct firm
Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday said he’ll review the bill, but added that it appears lawmakers “may have gotten to a good, solid balance.”
Lawyer questions constitutionality of measure.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s surgically narrow ruling prohibiting a farmer from using seeds harvested from patented herbicide-resistant soybeans has left lawyers with more questions than answers about the extent of patent owners’ rights in other emerging, self-replicating technologies.
Among other things, the bill allows judges to appoint lawyers to represent indigent criminal defendants. It was among the final pieces of legislation to cross the finish line before the 2013 legislative session ended at 6 p.m. Friday.
Missouri lawmakers gave final approval Friday to a bill that could lead to the first major changes in decades to the state’s 45 judicial circuits.
A hospital training program’s claim that cats are functional substitutes for human infants runs afoul of consumer protection laws, according to an animal rights group.
The partners of Lathrop & Gage have elected Mark Bluhm to serve as CEO. Bluhm, a 33-year veteran of the firm, will begin his three-year term July 1.
Saint Louis University School of Law alumni, faculty and staff gather for a “Farewell to Morrissey Hall” Thursday morning in the Vincent C. Immel Atrium.