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Onder Law adds five attorneys to expand practice areas

Five attorneys – James R. Dowd, Emily Dowd, Matthew O’Grady, William L. Barton and Derek P. Sieck – have joined the Onder Law Firm in St. Louis. The addition of five attorneys follows the departure of six lawyers who left ...

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Rams lease case to be arbitrated

A case over a lease agreement between the St. Louis Rams and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority will go to arbitration following a ruling Tuesday from the Missouri Supreme Court.

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Attorneys dismiss suit over hepatitis C drugs after policy change

Attorneys have dismissed a lawsuit over access to hepatitis C treatment after the Missouri Department of Social Services changed its policy to allow everyone on Medicaid access to the treatment. The state had previously only covered new drugs for individuals ...

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Judge Dierker to join circuit attorney’s office

St. Louis Circuit Judge Robert Dierker, who has been on the bench for more than 30 years, will be stepping down to work for St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner. Dierker will retire as a judge to take the role ...

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Settlement unclear for Dobbs lawsuits

A tangle of lawsuits involving the Dobbs family fighting over their tire and auto repair business may be close to wrapping up as one family member is pushing the court to enforce a settlement agreement. But another family member may ...

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About 40 lawyers to leave Husch

About 40 attorneys are leaving Husch Blackwell, the firm announced Friday. A statement from Chairman Maurice Watson and CEO Greg Smith said that “with retirements and other year-end transitions” about 40 attorneys, who are all partners or counsels, are expected ...

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Lawsuit seeks to close St. Louis Workhouse

ArchCity Defenders on Monday filed a federal lawsuit against the city of St. Louis calling for the closing of its medium security jail, commonly called the Workhouse, over “unconstitutional and inhumane conditions.”

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Appellate courts side with Ameren in tax assessment cases

A third appellate court has found county assessors erred in calculating the valuation of Ameren’s natural gas pipeline properties by not factoring in depreciation. The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District on Tuesday reversed a circuit court decision affirming the ...

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CLE highlights St. Louis civil rights litigation

About 50 lawyers gathered for a CLE at the Missouri History Museum for a lesson in St. Louis’ prominent role in civil rights litigation. Thomas Wack, a Bryan Cave partner who gave the presentation on Oct. 26, focused on four ...

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Seeking support for depression

A former lawyer who has seen the devastating effects of depression firsthand, including the loss of his legal career, is hoping to use those experiences to help other lawyers. Mark Schmid, a former attorney living in the Kansas City area, ...

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