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Supreme Court denies remand for post-ruling settlement

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The Missouri Supreme Court on Sept. 29 declined to let the parties to a recently decided case settle it without paying part of a large punitive damages judgment into the Tort Victims’ Compensation Fund.

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Jury trials on hold at KC courthouse

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The resumption of jury trials in Jackson County’s downtown Kansas City courthouse is on hold after a court employee tested positive for COVID-19.

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SLU Law professor leads new Institute for Healing Justice & Equity

SLU Law

A new institute at Saint Louis University, which seeks to eliminate disparities caused by systemic oppression and to promote healing, will receive a founding investment of more than $1.7 million from the university.

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‘Essential’ clinics can proceed with COVID claim

Western District

A federal judge ruled Sept. 21 that business-interruption insurance coverage might exist for businesses that experienced a slowdown, but not an outright closure, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The POWER List: Employment Law

In this latest edition of THE POWER LIST, a new regular feature from Missouri Lawyers Media, we examine the most powerful attorneys in employment law, both on the plaintiffs’ side and on the defense.

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Trust account violations cited in discipline case

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A St. Louis attorney is facing disbarment after the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel says he misappropriated more than $80,000 in client funds during a period of several years.

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