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Oct 25, 2022

Discrimination lawsuits face jurisdictional waiting game

Not long ago, getting clearance to file a lawsuit claiming discrimination was a perfunctory task. These days, it can push plaintiffs right up to the deadline to seek their day in court.

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Aug 15, 2022

Man can’t sue employer’s law firm for discrimination

A man must drop his allegation that his employer’s lawyer aided and abetted discrimination in court, after a split Aug. 9 Missouri Supreme Court opinion.

Apr 8, 2019

Judge dismisses discrimination claim against franchise

A Farmington woman’s discrimination suit was dismissed on summary judgment after a ruling that the plaintiff did not name the proper parties in various documents related to the matter. The case concerned claims by Sheryl Radford who filed against K-Mac Enterprises, a Taco Bell franchisee, and the establishment’s manager, Jennifer Franks. Radford alleged discrimination based […]

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