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Domestic Relations: Adoption – Parental Rights – Neglect

(1)Where an unwed father signed an acknowledgment of paternity, the father may contest the adoption but his consent to the adoption is not required under Section 453.030, and the father’s constitutional rights were not violated by the statutory adoption procedure ...

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Workers’ Compensation: PTD – Sufficiency Of Evidence – Attorney’s Fees

(1)Where three doctors and a vocational expert testified credibly that a worker was permanently and totally disabled and the administrative law judge explicitly considered all contrary opinions, sufficient evidence supported the finding of PTD. (2)Where an employer in a workers’ ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Western District: Domestic relations

Paternity; extrinsic fraud   WD69198 Natalie Walker, Respondent, v. Michael Aaron Walker, Appellant Appeal From: Jackson County Circuit Court, Judge Marco Antonio Roldan Handdown Date: 1/13/2009 Opinion Author: Judge James M. Smart Jr. Opinion Vote: Judges Lisa White Hardwick and ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Western District: Workers’ compensation

Bankrupt employer; notice of claim   WD69299 Richard Jones, Appellant, v. GST Steel Co., Respondent Appeal From: The Labor And Industrial Relations Commission Handdown Date: 1/6/2009 Opinion Author: Judge James M. Smart Jr. Opinion Vote: Judges Hardwick and Welsh concur ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Western District: Workers’ compensation

Expert testimony; requirement   WD69674 Roger Bock, Appellant, v. City of Columbia, Respondent Appeal From: Labor and Industrial Relations Commission Handdown Date: 12/30/2008 Opinion Author: Judge Ronald R. Holliger Opinion Vote: Judges Hardwick and Welsh concur Roger Bock (Bock) appeals ...

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Workers’ Compensation: Bankrupt Employer – Notice Of Claim – Hearing Loss

Even though an employee failed to file a notice of claim in his employer’s bankruptcy case for his potential workers’ compensation claim for hearing loss injuries, the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission erred in finding that his claim for benefits ...

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Criminal Law: Domestic Assault – Defendant As Counsel – Attorney Hid Identity

(1) Where a defendant was convicted of four counts of third-degree domestic assault, resisting lawful detention and obstructing government operations, the defendant could be charged separately for causing the apprehension of physical harm and the resulting physical contact without violating ...

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