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Cy pres arguments fail to overturn $39.55M class settlement

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The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a $39.55 million class action settlement with Monsanto in Missouri federal court. But an attorney for an objector said he would seek further review.

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Supreme Court OKs arbitration for claims against loan servicer

Missouri Supreme Court building

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled hat a group of former car owners remain bound by an agreement to arbitrate their claims against a loan servicer even as they are being sued in court for what they still owe on their cars.

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When to use an outside investigator


When issues of workplace misconduct arise, companies should be careful to provide a thorough and impartial investigation.

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How operating agreements can solve debt/equity disputes


This article will describe why the difference between loans and capital contributions matters, how courts distinguish between them and how a good operating agreement can forestall disputes.

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MOney 2022: The year of living intentionally

After more than two years of working at home and communicating through computers, law firm leaders now see the need to strengthen the bonds that underlie firm culture. In interviews, the same words came up repeatedly: Deliberate. Conscious. Intentional.

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