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KV Pharmaceutical strikes back in suit

St. Louis-based KV Pharmaceutical has fired back against a shareholder derivative lawsuit with a lawsuit of its own. The company claims that Thomas Henry breached a severance agreement by filing the lawsuit. Henry consented in a severance agreement to release ...

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KV Pharmaceutical sues former employee, shareholder

St. Louis-based KV Pharmaceutical has fired back against a shareholder derivative lawsuit with a lawsuit of its own. The company claims that former employee Thomas Henry breached a severance agreement by filing the lawsuit. Henry consented in a severance agreement ...

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Company settles with workers over alleged racist comments

Three black construction workers have reached a $15,000 settlement with a Scott County construction company after alleging that they were subject to racist comments and that one employee had a noose wrapped around his neck.

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Scott County company settles racial harassment suit

Three black construction workers have reached a $15,000 settlement Scott County construction company after they were allegedly subject to racist comments and one employee had a noose wrapped around his neck.

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Noonan appointed municipal judge

Former Kirkwood politician and drug court graduate Thomas Noonan has been appointed a provisional municipal judge for the city of Kirkwood.

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Apartments to pay $45k for three fire deaths

An U.S. magistrate judge approved a $45,000 settlement for the parents of three children killed in a 2009 apartment fire, but it hasn't been decided what portion of the settlement each parent will receive.

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Registry removal can depend on sex act

Attorney Leigh Joy Carson speaks in her Clayton office in January. Carson is representing a man seeking to be removed from the Missouri Sex Offender Registry statute and asking that a portion of the statute be declared unconstitutional.

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Settlement division still unclear in fire case

An U.S. magistrate judge approved a $45,000 settlement for the parents of three children killed in an apartment fire, but it hasn't been decided what portion of the settlement each parent will receive.

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Arguing the right to sue

The Missouri Supreme Court will decide whether it's unconscionable to require people to give up their rights to class actions in arbitration agreements.

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Court looks at class action waivers

The Missouri Supreme Court heard two arguments today relating to whether class action waivers in arbitration agreements are unconscionable.

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