The landfill at the center of a suit the state filed will have to pay up and cover up as the suit progresses.
A man forced to serve a 20-year prison sentence waited too long to file a post-conviction motion challenging his conviction, the Missouri Supreme Court said Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court has clarified that proof of malicious intent is not required to prevent the bankruptcy discharge of a debt that arose from a trustee’s self-dealing.
A federal lawsuit over contributions to a fees and costs pool in multidistrict rice litigation against Bayer CropScience came to a quick end this week.
The Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association will host a blood drive on May 28 to honor former state appeals court judge and Jackson County prosecutor Albert Riederer.
Senator Al Franken, D-Minn., has reintroduced a bill that would prohibit the enforcement of mandatory arbitration clauses against employees and consumers.
Mary F. Weir has been named as an associate judge of the Jackson County Circuit Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously found that a 76-year-old Indiana farmer illegally trod on an agricultural giant’s toes by saving and replanting patented seeds.
Sex offenders who sued over a state law restricting their activities on Halloween didn’t earn a victory that entitled them to attorneys’ fees, a federal appeals court said Friday.
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander urged members of The Missouri Bar to help make changes to state election laws a political priority.
Missouri lawmakers on Thursday approved $198 million for the state judiciary as part of the state’s $24.8 billion operating budget for fiscal year 2014.
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