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Letters To the Editor

To the Editor: I reviewed your article concerning “PI Lawyers Shut Out After Board of Governors Vote” and was surprised to see that as a current member of the Board of Governors, my name as a plaintiffs’ personal injury attorney ...

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Letter To The Editor

To the Editor: Sources for the August 25th Missouri Lawyers Weekly article concerning the recent Missouri Bar Board of Governors election created the impression that the Board of Governors no longer includes anyone from the trial bar. That is incorrect. ...

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Letters To the Editor

Remember Conduct Rules When Using PR To the editor: I found your Practice Trends article discussing the need for firms to engage “PR Pros” in the face of increasing competition [Aug. 18, 1997] to be very instructive. However, there are ...

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Letters To The Editor

To the Editor: I read with dismay your recent article entitled “Reporting of Pro Bono Hours to Stay Voluntary.” Rather than simply reporting on Missouri’s adoption of voluntary reporting by lawyers of pro bono hours, the article attempts to correct ...

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Controversies Surrounding Pro Bono

To the Editor: The litany of “old controversies” recited in your article on voluntary pro bono is reminiscent of the disingenuous inquiries posed by biblical scribes and pharisees. These concerns are mincing distinction offered by those who ignore a home ...

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Learn More About Qui Tam On The Web

To the Editor: Your article in the 14 July 1997 issue concerning “qui tam” proceedings was very informative. “Qui tam” literally translated from the Latin means “who as well.” It refers to the concept that “he who sues on behalf ...

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Reader Notes Error In Lobbying Article

While reading “Lobbying Effort of Missouri Bar Is Subject Of Controversy” in the June 9 issue of Missouri Lawyers Weekly, I noted that you listed Mario Mandina as the founder of the National Bar Association. This is incorrect, the National ...

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Kudos To Kansas City Area Lawyers

To the Editor: Kansas City area attorneys devote hundreds of hours each year in free legal work to represent children and their parents who come before the Family Court in abuse, neglect and delinquency cases. Last year, of approximately 3,000 ...

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