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Moving out: Supreme Court ruling that altered venue rules is one of Missouri’s biggest legal stories in 2019

Missouri highway sign, Now Leaving Missouri

In February, the Missouri Supreme Court issued State ex rel. Johnson & Johnson v. Burlison, a humdrum caption for what would seem to be a dry-as-dust topic: the proper venue for a lawsuit. But the result of the ruling has ...

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Ex-reporter’s discrimination claims mostly can proceed

File photo showing gavels and law book (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, file)

A federal judge has thrown out former KSHB-TV 41 reporter Demetrice “Dee” Jackson’s claim that he was discriminated against by being denied a promotion, but the judge allowed Jackson’s other discrimination and retaliation claims to proceed to trial. In a ...

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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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