June 20, 2022Comments Off on Workers who lost jobs during pandemic win in benefits fights
The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District ruled June 7 that the state owes unemployment benefits to a fast-food worker whose hours were cut to zero during the pandemic but were never formally terminated.
June 16, 2022Comments Off on Supreme Court asked to decide ex-worker’s retaliation claim
The Court of Appeals Western District has asked the Missouri Supreme Court to decide whether an electrician can sue his former employer for not rehiring him after he filed a worker’s compensation claim.
June 14, 2022Comments Off on Low-tier sex offenders gradually leave sex offender registry, says Eastern District
St. Louis County police’s attempts to register two tier I sex offenders for life failed in the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District — though the Western District affirmed a similar case last month.
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