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Letter to the Editor: June 22, 2020

Clay Crawford

Brett Emison is a fantastic lawyer and advocate for MATA. Nevertheless, the tired, albeit persistent, effort to convince lawyers, judges and legislators that insurers seek “two bites at the apple” in cases involving 537.065 contracts cannot go unchallenged. The MATA ...

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Quarreling with government structure

[This letter is in response to the “Don’t Call Him ‘Justice’” commentary that appeared in the Oct. 29 issue of Missouri Lawyers Weekly.] I read with great interest law Professor Gregory Magarian’s commentary “Don’t Call Him ‘Justice,’” published in your ...

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Legal lessons from abroad

Mark Levison

Lawyer Frederike Winslow was born in Buesum, a small seaside town in northern Germany. When Frederike, along with her American lawyer husband and their little girl Claire, visited her family in Buesum last summer, they boarded a tourist boat to ...

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Four quarrels, one source of happiness

[This letter is in response to the “Don’t Call Him ‘Justice’” commentary that appeared in the Oct. 29 issue of Missouri Lawyers Weekly.] To the Editor: Professor Gregory Magarian — and please note that I use his honorific “Professor” even ...

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Let’s Keep Our Good Judges

To The Editor: Missouri’s judiciary is well-recognized nationally as a leader. One of the many reasons is that our state’s judges are selected under the Missouri Nonpartisan Court Plan. The plan is the least political way of providing our courts ...

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