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Response To Vossmeyer Article

To the Editor: I read the articles on the outcome of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company v. Vossmeyer, et al., in the July 21 edition of Missouri Lawyers Weekly with interest and concern. The two articles, at 17 M.L.W. 675 ...

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Concern About Funding Article

To the Editor: I read the guest article, “Pre-Settlement And Appellate Funding, New Tools for Attorneys and Plaintiffs,” in the July 21 issue with concern. I am concerned about the absence of any reference to the many ethical issues that ...

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Good Title VII Opinion For Plaintiffs

To the Editor: On June 9 the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in an important Title VII case, Desert Palace, Inc. v. Costa. The Supreme Court answered the question “whether a plaintiff must present direct evidence of discrimination ...

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Letter Was "Just Plain Silly"

To the Editor: Ignorance is an insidiously dangerous disease which leads to the erosion of the rights and privileges of a free and progressive society. Joseph H. Moore proved that point “beyond a reasonable doubt” with his “Just Plain Silly” ...

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Struck By Dumb Lawsuits

To the Editor: Over the last few years I have been dumbstruck, having been struck by the increasing number of dumb lawsuits, not only being filed, but being treated seriously by the courts. Claims that are loony! 1. We have ...

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Anyone For Business Tort Reform?

Dear Editor, Your Jan. 27 issue cited three cases wherein large corporations and stockholders were allowed to file business lawsuits and obtain verdicts and settlements with no caps or limitations on the amount of their damages, and inferentially, with no ...

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Prisoner Reacts To Pro Se Article

Dear Editor: The recent article concerning the “Mo. Supreme Court Launches Study Of Pro Se Litigation” (Jan. 20) was very interesting and informative. The article was informative in explaining a commission was being formed to determine how to better assist ...

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Tort Reform And Med-Mal

Dear Editor: In the article regarding the GOP takeover and tort reform in the medical malpractice field (GOP Takeover Puts ‘Tort Reform’ High On Agenda, Jan. 13), I found it of great interest that neither Mr. Tom Holloway of the ...

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Collaborative Law In St. Louis

Dear Editor: We were pleased to see your coverage in last week’s edition on the topic of collaborative law (“Collaborative Law In Dissolution Cases,” Oct. 28) as a positive way in which to resolve family law disputes. The author mentioned ...

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Home Rule Vote

To the Editor: Amendment One, being voted on the Nov. 5 Missouri statewide ballot, is very important for the future of the City of St. Louis, the region and the state. Amendment One, Home Rule for St. Louis, will finally ...

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