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Former prosecutor loses license

A former Ballwin city prosecutor who pleaded guilty to child pornography possession has officially lost his license to practice law.

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Solo conference attendance up

Attendance at The Missouri Bar Solo and Small Firm Conference appears to be up again this year. One thousand and sixty-one attorneys registered for the conference, held at the Tan-Tar-A Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks, according to The ...

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Whelan didn’t provide security at ABB, spokesman confirms

Only one of two security companies named in lawsuits over a January shooting spree at an ABB Inc. plant in January that left four dead was working for the factory, an ABB spokesman confirmed. Securitas Security Services USA Inc., Whelan ...

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Power outage closes St. Louis County Courthouse

The St. Louis County Circuit Court is accepting emergency filings in the lobby and shifted a hearing to a building across the street from the courthouse due to a power outage. Power went out at noon at the courthouse, the ...

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Constangy, Brooks opens St. Louis office

Robert H. Bernstein and Edwin C. Ernst IV are starting up a St. Louis office for Atlanta-based labor and employment law firm Constangy, Brooks & Smith. Both attorneys formerly were with Thompson Coburn. Bernstein, who heads the new office, has ...

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Lathrop & Gage pays $7.4 million to settle malpractice lawsuit

Lathrop & Gage has paid $7.4 million to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to settle a legal malpractice lawsuit. The settlement became final Monday and the FDIC has received the payment, said David Barr, a spokesman for the federal agency, ...

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