As Roderick Nunley’s execution date nears, lawyers for the death row inmate are trying again to get it delayed.Read More »
A 70-year-old computer specialist faces DST Systems Inc. in court this week on age discrimination allegations.Read More »
After being taken by surprise by the announcement of changes to the Missouri judicial appointment process last week, the 21st Judicial Circuit Commission is reworking the logistics in the nomination of a new circuit judge.Read More »
It’s been a good year in the courts for businessman William Halliburton.Read More »
Although they’ve slowed down from last year, layoffs for some attorneys aren’t a thing of the past.
Attorneys were recently asked to leave Husch Blackwell, according to a partner at the firm and another source familiar with the firm, but it was unclear how many. The second source said 20 attorneys were asked to leave. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter.
A child is suing the Kansas City School District, alleging an extreme case of restroom bullying.Read More »
Trial began this week for a neurosurgeon who allegedly slipped and fell in the hospital where he worked. The injuries from the fall, he claims, ended his career.Read More »
Mary Marquez listens Tuesday during a discussion of alternatives to incarceration for young offenders at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas City. Marquez, juvenile officer and director of legal services at Jackson County Family Court, was a member of a panel of juvenile court leaders at the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative Inter-Site Conference.Read More »
The St. Louis municipal court needs to do a better job of distributing money in its bond account on a timely basis, according to a report state Auditor Susan Montee released Monday.Read More »
Missouri’s one-year statute of limitations for claims against probate estates does not violate creditors’ due process rights, the Missouri Supreme Court said.Read More »
Heather Ellis leaves the Dunklin County Courthouse in November. Ellis, now known as Heather Jefferson, pleaded guilty to misdemeanors after a scuffle at a Walmart in Kennett. She now is suing police.Read More »