A federal jury in St. Louis has decided that a Hazelwood drilling equipment company should pay $420,000 to a construction company client whose rented drill broke down during a project.Read More »
Cole County Judge Jon Beetem (pictured) said three administrative law judges can't be terminated from their positions for budgetary reasons. Earlier this year, five administrative law judge positions were dismissed from their posts. Four of the judges were let go, and a retiring judge was not replaced. Gov. Jay Nixon said the move was meant as a cost-cutting measure in the midst of a tough budgetary situation. But three of the judges - Henry Herschel, John A. Tackes and Matthew Murphy - sued to keep their positions. They argued that they could only be dismissed under a specific system set up in the state's statutes.
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The futures of three administrative law judges are in the hands of a Cole County judge. Attorneys presented final arguments on Wednesday in a case deciding whether the three ALJs can stay on job. Gov. Jay Nixon’s administration dismissed Henry ...Read More »
A Cole County judge said he will decide by Tuesday whether to keep three dismissed administrative law judges on the job. Gov. Jay Nixon’s administration dismissed four administrative law judges earlier this month, while the position of a fifth judge ...Read More »