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Annual bar meeting probes ups, downs of poor economy

The struggling economy's impact on Missouri lawyers remains one of the main focuses of The Missouri Bar's annual meeting, beginning Sept. 23 in St. Louis. Conference sessions will coach lawyers on booming opportunities in bankruptcy and foreclosure, and how to advise business clients experiencing layoffs. "It's on everybody's mind ... and it cuts across all segments of the bar, large firms, small firms and all practice areas," said Tom Burke, bar president. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Ray Price Jr. (pictured) will address The Missouri Bar on Thursday, Sept. 24.

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Malware link found on Missouri Bar Web site

The Missouri Bar’s Web site, www.mobar.org, was down this morning after it was discovered that a malware link was directing users to a potentially malicious external Web site. The organization was alerted to the problem this morning after receiving numerous ...

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Voters may be asked to scrap Court Plan

Missouri House Speaker Pro Tem Bryan Pratt, R-Blue Springs, right, chats with Missouri Sen. Jim Lembke, R-St. Louis, before moderating a panel discussion about the Missouri Nonpartisan Court Plan at the Millennium Hotel in downtown St. Louis on Thursday. James Harris, head of Better Courts for Missouri, said that his group is considering collecting voter signatures for a ballot measure in 2010, even as another attempt is made in the Legislature to overhaul the Nonpartisan Court Plan.

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‘A Rolodex full of lawyers’

Robert Sigoloff, a lawyer in west St. Louis County, will be remembered as a man who was always willing to help his fellow lawyers. Sigoloff died Feb. 28. He was 68. Jacqueline Busch Hunt, of The Hunt Law Firm, where ...

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