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Jury awards former cop $7.5 million on retaliation claims

In the complaint, the plaintiff alleged that her supervisor created a hostile work environment by making sexually suggestive comments to her and creating and distributing a poster featuring her picture and crude sexual remarks.

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Retaliation plaintiff gets new punitive damages trial

A new trial to determine punitive damages for a Kansas City school district employee has been green-lighted by the Missouri Court of Appeals. A jury already awarded Emmanuel McCrainey $32,000 in compensatory damages in his retaliation case brought under the ...

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Halfway through session, bills to crimp litigation proceed

At the midway point of this year’s legislative session, trial attorneys and labor groups worry about both the provisions and the pace of several pieces of legislation that are priorities of business interests. Here’s a quick rundown on the effect and status of several other major pieces of legislation.

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