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Supreme Court says judge can’t suspend clerk

Missouri Supreme Court

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Sept. 14 that Lincoln County’s presiding judge didn’t have the authority to effectively remove the local circuit clerk from office.

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8th Circuit OKs $3.6M award against Schnucks

The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Sept. 7 affirmed a $3.6 million judgment in favor of a warehouse management company in a dispute with the Schnucks grocery store chain.

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Missouri allows lifelong protection orders

Missouri State Capitol

Judges can now approve lifelong protection orders. The same law also adds to the legal definition of stalking and reduces the number of court appearances for both attorneys and their clients over time.

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George Will headlines long-awaited BAMSL Law Day

After rescheduling twice due to COVID-19, the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis hosted its 2021 Law Day and Annual Meeting on Sept. 9. Political commentator George F. Will spoke to an in-person audience at the Four Seasons Hotel.

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Inmate’s claim was wrongly rejected over filing fee

Missouri Court of Appeals Western District

A Missouri inmate will get another chance to pursue his claims that correctional officials destroyed or lost his property, the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District ruled on Aug. 31.

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Attorney’s dual role in case could waive privilege

The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District ruled Aug. 31 that a Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard partner’s files could be disclosed during discovery in litigation that lingers after the collapse of a party tent in 2012.

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