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Union Station must live by e-mail deal

An appeals court has upheld a settlement reached between two parties via e-mail. The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District affirmed a trial court’s judgment enforcing a settlement between St. Louis Union Station Holdings and the Discovery Channel Store. The ...

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Appeals court OKs e-mailed settlement

An appeals court has upheld a settlement reached between two parties via e-mail. The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District affirmed a trial court’s judgment enforcing a settlement between St. Louis Union Station Holdings and the Discovery Channel Store. The ...

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St. Louis attorney picked as MU curator COLUMBIA (AP)  A St. Louis attorney is Gov. Jay Nixon’s choice to fill one of three vacancies on the University of Missouri system’s Board of Curators. Fifty-one-year-old Don Downing is a former chief ...

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Two win Greene County judicial commission seats SPRINGFIELD (MOLW) Attorneys Brent Green and Clif Smart won a run-off election Feb. 25 to fill out the seats on the commission that will nominate judges for Greene County Circuit Court. Green, an ...

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Blunt’s office led Court Plan opposition

Public criticism of the state's system for selecting judges was orchestrated from former Gov. Matt Blunt's office, a review of e-mails shows. Missouri Lawyers Weekly reviewed several hundred pages of e-mail communications to and from members of the governor's office provided under a Sunshine Law request. The e-mails reveal a coordinated effort by Blunt's office, particularly Ed Martin, his former chief of staff, to disparage the court plan and call for change.

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Bear in mind, ‘skeptic’ is not a dirty word

I recently received an e-mail agreeing with one of my columns from a self-proclaimed “skeptic.” Although I knew the answer, I chatted about what a skeptic is. Here is what I’ve learned: Skepticism is a way of looking at the ...

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Attorney objects to settlement of governor’s e-mail suit

An attorney for special investigators is officially objecting to settlement of the state lawsuit against Gov. Matt Blunt’s office over public records. What effect that objection will have remains unclear. A hearing on the settlement is set for this afternoon. ...

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Take time to tame the overwhelming e-mail beast

By Alita Marlowe Bluford Let’s reframe the role of e-mail in your firm. Consider e-mail to be a medium to get information from one place to another, not as an end in itself. It is a “pass-through,” in much the ...

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