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Battle over award of costs to defendant deemed ‘premature’

Missouri Court of Appeals Western District, located in Kansas City. Photo by Scott Lauck.

A plaintiff whose discrimination claim has been sent to arbitration no longer owes court costs to the defendants, following a ruling from the Court of Appeals Western District. Hal Miller filed a lawsuit in 2018 claiming disability discrimination and harassment, ...

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Advocates call LGBTQ rulings a positive step

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A pair of Missouri Supreme Court rulings have opened the door for LGBTQ individuals to bring sex-discrimination claims under the Missouri Human Rights Act, but the rulings don’t settle the issue of sexual orientation and gender-identity discrimination once and for all.

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