Missouri Lawyers Media will honor 54 attorneys with its 2023 Up & Coming Awards.
Attorneys for a high-ranking official of The Missouri Bar are urging a judge to throw out “immaterial, impertinent, and scandalous” allegations that her former law partner made following the dissolution of their firm.
A man who abducted a 6-year-old Missouri girl and beat her to death at an abandoned factory two decades ago was put to death Tuesday evening, shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request to block the execution over arguments he was mentally incompetent.
The former law partner of the vice president of The Missouri Bar is alleging that she acted unethically in splitting up their firm earlier this year.
St. Louis based Armstrong Teasdale announced that it is terminating 11 lawyers and laying off 24 staff members firmwide.
The Missouri Supreme Court has suspended a Kansas City-based appellate attorney who had several cases dismissed after she failed to file briefs.
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 29 that the execution of Missouri inmate Johnny Johnson can proceed as planned on Aug. 1.
The Court of Appeals Western District on July 18 shaved more than $600,000 in interest from a 2019 jury verdict following an adverse ruling in the Missouri Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court of Missouri disbarred two attorneys for professional misconduct on July 20.
Attorney General Andrew Bailey must approve the fiscal note summary completed by the state auditor in connection with an effort to put an initiative to legalize abortion on the ballot next year, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled on July 20.
The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District reversed a defense judgment in favor of an obstetrician and remanded the case for a new trial.
The Supreme Court of Missouri will soon decide how much power the Missouri attorney general has in a specific part of the ballot initiative process, as the Attorney General’s Office, State Auditor’s Office and ACLU of Missouri argued in front of the court on July 18.
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