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Blue Springs School District settles third ‘bullycide’ suit

The father of a 14-year-old Blue Springs School District student who killed himself in 2013 following bullying from his peers has agreed to a $185,000 settlement to end his suit against the district. Tom Rodenberg, the district’s director of legal ...

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Armstrong adds three associates

Armstrong Teasdale has added associates Brian C. Zaldivar, Han Liu and Michael W. Carwin to its office in St. Louis. Zaldivar focuses on corporate and real estate transactions and is a captain for the Military Intelligence Readiness Command in the ...

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Nowogrocki Joins Heyl Royster

James Nowogrocki has joined Heyl Royster as of counsel, concentrating his practice on employment law counseling and litigation. Nowogrocki’s practice includes working with clients on non-compete agreements and trade-secret issues, as well as counseling executives and physicians on employment contracts ...

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Maloney joins Lathrop Gage

William Jeffrey Maloney has joined Lathrop Gage’s banking and creditors rights litigation team in Kansas City. Maloney, who is of counsel, previously practiced with Bryan Cave, where his work also focused on restructuring, bankruptcy and creditor’s rights matters. He earned ...

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St. Louis County Court to aid civil litigants with mental illness

St. Louis County Circuit Court is planning to create a center to help people with mental health problems navigate civil matters such as divorce, custody disputes, evictions and collections. The plan to help such litigants, which appears to be rare ...

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Cornejo named to labor commission

Gov. Mike Parson appointed Robert Cornejo, an attorney and a Republican state representative from St. Peters, to the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission, where he will serve as its chairman. Cornejo was elected to the House in 2012. He earned ...

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Residents get settlement for condo repairs

Listings for condos at Camdenton’s Bella Sera complex advertised “stunning Tuscan style” and “lakefront luxury,” complete with decks to enjoy Lake of the Ozarks breezes. Buyers who purchased units at Bella Sera, however, felt that the reality did not live ...

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Federal funds headed to Missouri drug courts

U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill announced that nearly $400,000 in federal funds will head to two circuit drug courts in eastern Missouri. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded the grant of $392,487 that will go toward supporting the ...

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