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Senate committees consider bills to limit liability 

Missouri State Capitol

Two of the legislature’s top tort bills got hearings in the Missouri Senate last week — one an effort years in the making, the other to address a concern that this time last year was barely on the radar.

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Court again declines to review Gardner disqualification

The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District again has declined to review a St. Louis judge’s order disqualifying St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner from prosecuting a high-profile weapons case involving a pair of attorneys.

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Senate tries again on changes to discovery rules

Missouri state Capitol

The Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee heard testimony on a bill that seeks to change Missouri’s court rules on civil discovery.

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Watkins speaks up for ‘the guy in the horns’

Al Watkins

When you’re accused of something as outrageous as participating in the storming of the U.S. Capitol while dressed in a horned headdress, you need a lawyer like Al Watkins.

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Judge parses post-mortem right of publicity in Schlafly suit 

Eastern District

Missouri courts have not yet recognized a post-mortem right of publicity, but a federal judge has predicted they are likely to do so in a dispute involving the late conservative activist and Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schlafly’s intellectual property.

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Court OKs retaliation claim against law firm

Missouri Court of Appeals Western District

The Missouri Court of Appeals ruled Jan. 12 that a Kansas City police officer can pursue a retaliation suit against the Armstrong Teasdale law firm for comments its attorneys allegedly made while representing the city’s Board of Police Commissioners.

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