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Drivers file wage suit against Papa John’s pizza chain

Drivers for Papa John's International earn less than the state and federal minimum wage because the pizza chain does not reimburse them for job-related expenses, a federal lawsuit claims. The suit, filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in St. Louis, was filed by the same lawyers who in May sued Pizza Hut alleging the same violations.

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Drivers file wage suit against Papa John’s

Drivers for Papa John’s International earn less than the state and federal minimum wage because the pizza chain does not reimburse them for job-related expenses, a federal lawsuit claims. The suit, filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in St. ...

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Dameron named as AG’s chief of staff

Stueve Siegel Hanson attorney Matthew Dameron is the new chief of staff to Attorney General Chris Koster. Koster made the announcement today that Dameron will replace Robert Kenney, who was recently appointed by Gov. Jay Nixon to the Public Service Commission. As chief of staff, Dameron will oversee the daily operations of the AG office.

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Stueve Siegel Hanson opens San Diego office

Next winter, when Kansas City lawyers are shivering in their parkas and scraping ice from their cars, two new members of Stueve Siegel Hanson will be warm and content in the firm’s first branch office. “We wanted to find the ...

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On the clock

Asked how he decided on his hourly rate, litigation and appeals attorney and former Supreme Court judge Edward "Chip" Robertson had a simple answer: "I call up Ann Covington, ask what she's charging and try to charge $5 more." It's a response that reflects one way attorneys set their rates - by checking those of other attorneys in comparable practices. Missouri Lawyers Weekly's second annual billable rates listing includes the rates of more than 200 attorneys and 61 legal support staffers in Missouri. Click here to continue reading and view the complete list.

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