On Aug. 23, the National Labor Relations Board reversed precedent and rebalanced the rights of property owners versus the Section 7 rights of employees in a labor dispute. In Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation d/b/a Tobin Center for the Performing ...Read More »
Yearly Archives: 2019
Missouri Lawyers Media recognizes Missouri’s in-house counsel at all levels who, among other things, navigate complicated contract negotiations, represent their companies in high-stakes litigation and defend some of an organization’s most important assets. 2018: About | Honorees | Publisher’s Letter ...
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Missouri Lawyers Media recognizes Missouri’s in-house counsel at all levels who, among other things, navigate complicated contract negotiations, represent their companies in high-stakes litigation and defend some of an organization’s most important assets. #InHouseCounsel2019 SAVE THE DATE: Friday, Nov. ...
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Illinois recently enacted legislation that offers significant benefits to delinquent taxpayers and corporations doing business in Illinois. The new legislation phases out the Illinois franchise tax over a four year period beginning in 2020, and it establishes an amnesty program ...Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Fort Bend County, Texas vs. Davis that Title VII cases can proceed in federal court even if employees fail to first bring their claims before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or an equivalent state ...Read More »
On June 14, the National Labor Relations Board ruled in a 3-1 decision that employers may prohibit non-employee union representatives from conducting organizing activities on employer property that is open to the public. This decision overturns precedent dating back to ...Read More »
Inherent within American contract law is the freedom to contract — i.e., the ability to negotiate and agree to any terms that the parties see fit for any given contract. Contract terms will be deemed void only under special circumstances, ...Read More »
An international labor- and employment-law firm with attorneys in Missouri has launched a new technology platform that provides clients with on-demand access to data, analytics and legal advice. On May 9, Littler launched its new Littler onDemand platform. St. Louis ...Read More »
The Court of Appeals Southern District declined to recognize a “negligent recommendation” cause of action in a lawsuit alleging that a religious college gave a church the name of a pastor who went on to abuse a minor. “The declaration ...Read More »
The federal rule specifying which American employees must receive overtime pay for working more than forty hours a week hasn’t changed since 2004, but it might soon — and that change could affect wage-and-hour litigation, according to Missouri employment-law attorneys. ...Read More »