The Self-Help Legal Clinic at the University of Missouri-Kansas City is preparing to move online to assist pro se litigants during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More »
Volunteers from the Women in the Legal Profession section of The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis gathered May 9 at the Gateway Grizzlies Stadium kitchens in Sauget, Illinois to make 2,000 sandwiches for the Step It Up program.
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The presiding judge of the Jackson County Circuit Court expressed frustration Friday with unfulfilled promises made by Jackson County officials to supply medical professionals who would check temperatures and screen employees and citizens entering court buildings.Read More »
The Carmody MacDonald law firm in St. Louis delivered 130 decorated boxes of treats April 21 to nurses working during the COVID-19 pandemic at Mercy Hospital St. Louis in Creve Coeur. In past years, the firm has filled and provided ...Read More »
A federal judge has dismissed a suit brought by workers at a Milan pork plant against its owner, Smithfield Foods.
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Workers at a Milan pork plant are taking a new tack in their federal lawsuit against the plant’s owner, Smithfield Foods Inc., by alleging the company is not doing enough to protect workers from getting sick from COVID-19.
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Day 1,098,268,288 of quarantine. I write this column with fingers chapped from excessive hand-washing. I sit at a messy desk in one of our spare bedrooms. I’m surrounded by dirty coffee mugs and a plate from a couple of days ...Read More »
The Missouri Supreme Court has enacted pandemic safety precautions for the July bar exam — if it takes place. In an April 28 order, the court said the exam set for July 28 and 29 is proceeding as scheduled at ...Read More »