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Commentary: Your Money or Your Life? 

Spencer Farris

It isn’t often that I get letters from readers of this space asking for advice. Strike that, it isn’t often that I get letters at all, at least not on time.

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Commentary: Despite initial win in court, insureds face tough challenge in citing COVID-19 as reason for business interruption claims

As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc upon our communities, businesses throughout the country are attempting to rebound from the effects of extensive shutdowns and suspensions of operations.

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Commentary: Long COVID as a disability under federal anti-discrimination laws

Barbara Grandjean, Michaeli Hennessy, Julianne Story and Courtney Steelman

Due to the “persistent and significant” health issues presented by long COVID, the Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) published guidance to explain the application of federal disability laws to individuals suffering from long COVID.

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Commentary: Words Mean Things and Stuff 

Spencer Farris

You are holding in your hands (or reading on your screen) the inaugural offering of “With All Due Respect,” my “new and improved” musings. Not really new and sadly, not all that improved.

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Commentary: Missouri Supreme Court voids 2018 Missouri Public Reform law

On June 1, 2021, in a 5-2 decision, the Missouri Supreme Court sitting en banc affirmed a circuit court decision that voided in its entirety HB 1413, which was enacted by the Missouri legislature in 2018 and sought to change collective bargaining laws for public-sector labor organizations in the state of Missouri.

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