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R.I.P facts, so long truth

1201farris1:  Attorney Spencer Farris.  KAREN ELSHOUT/photo

Our society has more information at our disposal than at any time in history, yet we have become willfully ignorant of facts. Opinions change, facts do not. In the last few election cycles, false stories parading as facts drove public ...

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Dear Governor Greitens:

Editor’s note; The following is a letter from St. Louis attorney James W. Schottel Jr. to Gov. Eric Greitens that Schottel also sent to Missouri Lawyers Weekly for publication. Grietens has not responded as of press time to Schottel.   ...

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Making America litigious again

Levison, Mark

With 2016 plainly visible in the rear-view mirror, the year’s two most dominant issues were clearly politics and technology. Both topics come with their own conundrums. The technology that made life so much easier in 2016, and seemed so “futuristic,” ...

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Why isn’t this music to my ears?

1201kramer1:  Attorney Charles Kramer.  KAREN ELSHOUT/photo

So, there I was, minding my own business, reviewing the law in Shelly’s case and the rule against perpetuities, when a prospective client walked into my office within the newly reconstructed Levison Towers, without an appointment. To protect my sanity, ...

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He Was Always Just Rick

Levison, Mark

I was only a first-year law student, when two very good looking third-year female law students asked if I wanted to go with them to a Lawyers Guild meeting. I could not refuse, since as 3Ls they must have known ...

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So, What are the Odds?

Patrick Berry

A few days ago, I got a call from a long-time friend and occasional client – I’ll call him “Joe”. I use the term “client” loosely here. Joe regularly asks for my advice on various matters – it could be ...

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