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Supreme Court To Examine Full Faith

Supreme Court To Examine Full Faith And Credit Clause In Missouri Case A products liability lawsuit that resulted in an $11.3 million verdict for a Missouri family against General Motors is headed to the United States Supreme Court. The plaintiffs ...

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Lawyers In the News

St. Louis attorney B. Michael Korte has authored the latest addition to the Missouri Practice series, a two volume set on workers’ compensation. Korte read more than 2,000 cases to prepare the hardbound volume, a comprehensive eight-chapter treatment of workers’ ...

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Pollution Cleanup Costs

Pollution Cleanup Costs Are Covered By Insurance Federal Liability Under CERCLA Is ‘Damages’ By Keith R. Krueger Where a company was required by federal law to clean up pollution on its property, the cleanup costs were “damages” covered by the ...

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Workers' Compensation Fraud

Workers’ Compensation Fraud Statute Is Held Constitutional The conviction of a claims adjuster for workers’ comp fraud under a statute enacted in 1994 was constitutional, the Missouri Supreme Court has ruled. The adjuster had told an injured worker that she ...

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