Armstrong Teasdale has elected David W. Braswell as managing partner of the firm.Read More »
The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District ruled that a candidate in an upcoming Maryland Heights election should not be disqualified simply for failing to ensure a required tax document was notarized.Read More »
The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Feb. 13 that defendants who haven’t finished paying restitution can’t be released early from probation for good behavior. In a unanimous opinion, the court resolved what it said was a conflict between two statutes. Section ...Read More »
A nonprofit organization’s sole employee in the state of Missouri is entitled to unemployment benefits, a Missouri appeals court said in a Feb. 13 ruling that departs from decades of state interpretation of the Missouri Employment Security Law. A three-judge ...
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The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District ruled Feb. 13 that the wording on a form accompanying certain alcohol breath tests does not preclude law enforcers from administering those tests in their patrol cars.Read More »
A Jackson County judge has ordered the City of Raytown to pay more than $42,000 after ruling the city violated the Sunshine Law by denying the release of records in an attempt to shield itself from litigation. On Feb. 7, ...Read More »
A judge has dismissed the malicious prosecution and defamation lawsuit filed by a white former St. Louis police officer whose acquittal in the death of a black suspect set off weeks of protests. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that U.S. ...Read More »