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New Exception Made To Work Comp Notice Law

A worker whose shoulder injuries resulted from repetitive trauma in her job as a meat wrapper was entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, even though she never gave her employer written notice of her injury, Missouri’s Labor and Industrial Relations Commission ...

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After-Trial Motions Are Covered By New Rules

New rules to clarify the procedure for filing after-trial motions were recently adopted by the Missouri Supreme Court. The court also adopted new rules governing implementation of the family court system, admission of foreign legal consultants to practice in Missouri, ...

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Tips On Using Mo-Law On Disk tm

[MO-LAW ON DISKTM is the name for Missouri Lawyers Weekly’s electronic law library. The library now includes Missouri Lawyers Weekly On Disk and the Missouri Revised Statutes, 1993. Here are some commonly asked questions, answers and user tips.] Q:I would ...

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Legislature Considering New Judgships, Tort Law

Proposals to expand Missouri’s judiciary, retroactively restrict sovereign immunity, enact tort reform, broaden a spouse’s right to receive maintenance and revise the workers’ compensation law are among the new issues facing members of the Missouri General Assembly. The state’s senators ...

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