- HOW DO YOU DETERMINE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A TAX AND FEE?
- Ellisville Red Light Camera Case Sets Stage for Review by Supreme Court
- Cannot ban distribution of bibles at Twin Cities Pride Festival
- Photo Red Light Camera Cases
- Protected: UNPRECEDENTED DRUG TESTING PROGAM FOR ALL STUDENTS AT LINN STATE REJECTED BY THE COURT
- Deaf Nursing Student Wins ADA Case
- Protected: Cole County Circuit Court enjoins telecommunications and broadband bills
- Court upholds authority of St. Louis to enact red light camera ordinance.
- Port Authority cannot condemn land for economic development purpose.
- Does a drug dog get a “free air sniff?
- WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH CHALLENGE TO MISSOURI FUNERAL PICKETING LAW
- IMPORTANT 2012 CASES AFFECTING HUMAN RESOURCE POLICIES
- FREE SPEECH AND PROHIBITION OF DISTRIBUTION OF INFORMATION
- NURSING STUDENT ENTITLED TO ASL INTERPRETER
- Firing of employee who requested time off for organ transplant violated the public policy exception to the at-will-employment doctrine
- TRILOGY OF CASES CHANGE MISSOURI PUBLIC SECTOR LABOR LAW
- E-MAIL POLICY
- Westboro Baptist Church Loses Challenge to Ordinance Prohibiting Picketing of Funeral Service
- New Rules – Red Light Photo Camera Update
- Sex Harassment
- Challenges to Initiative Petitions Limited
- Court and Voters Reject Challenge to Springfield Indoor Clean Air Act
- Stolen Valor Act and Congressional Medal of Honor
- Springfield E-verify Ordinance – Dead On Arrival
- Search and Seizure In World Without Walls
- Creve Coeur Case Becomes Final
- Puppy Mill Legislation May Backfire On General Assembly
- City Required to return Firearm or Provide Due Process Hearing
- Restricting Adult Entertainment
- Discrimination on the Internet – Net Neutrality
- Creve Coeur Photo Red Light Ordinance Upheld
- A Bit Player – Civil Rights Movement
- Westboro Baptist Church – Beginning of the End for Picketing of Funerals?
- SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY
- TAX CREDITS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOL TUITION
- CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – AUTHORITY TO DENY
- SAVING GOONEYBIRD – A LOST QUAKER PARROT
- Fighting For Your Clients
- Prohibiting The Sale of Alcohol In Family Movie Theaters
- Springfield Clean Air Ordinance Challenged in Court
- Is the St. Louis Red Light Camera Ordinance Valid?
- Supreme Court Invalidates Law Prohibiting Violent Video Games For Minors.
- Brave New World Where You Can Acquire The Right To Pollute Another Persons Property.
- Large Scale Industrialized Hog Farms Threaten the Welfare of Missouri Citizens
- Clean Air Ordinances in Missouri
- Red Light Cameras In Missouri
- United States Supreme Court Closes Door on Damages in Westboro Baptist Church Case
- Public Employees Right to Bargain Collectively in Missouri
- The Mayor from Missouri with a photographic memory
- Are blueberries good for your brain?
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
I am blessed with a wealth of beautiful and specular birds in my backyard due to an abundance of trees, bushes, and flowers. Last week while I was practicing my tai chi early in the morning, I saw a beautiful … Continue reading
Lawyers are expected to fight for their clients. That is the mantra drilled into your head starting the first day of law school. The American legal system is an adversarial system based on the premise that lawyers on opposite sides … Continue reading
A challenge to a Springfield voter approved ordinance that prohibited the sale or consumption of alcohol in a family movie theater started with a bang and ended with a whimper. In 2010 citizens of Springfield decided to take action into their … Continue reading
Patty Sue Inc. operates a bar in Springfield. It is a small neighborhood tavern where liquor by the drink is served and food sales are only incidental. Springfield voters approved a Clean Indoor Air initiative petition, that prohibits indoor smoking … Continue reading