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Month: March 2013

We fight for victims’ full and fair recovery in employment law, harassment, sexual abuse and personal injury cases.

Woman sues after being fired for premarital sex

Missouri residents who are interested in workplace discrimination issues may be intrigued by the recent case of a woman who allegedly was fired from her job at a Christian college after her employer learned of her out-of-wedlock pregnancy. She has

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Drama coach removed after "racy" performance

A part-time drama coach was removed from her position although she was never formally reprimanded after she led students in a production of “Legally Blonde: The Musical,” prompting parental complaints about the content of the show. This wrongful termination occurred

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New Missouri bill may change workplace discrimination laws

The Missouri House recently passed a bill that may change the way that workplace lawsuits are handled. If the legislation is approved by the state’s senate and governor, individuals who file workplace discrimination lawsuits will have to prove that discrimination

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Missouri legislature considering employment law change

The Missouri Legislature is considering a bill that would eliminate individual liability for workplace sexual harassment. Critics say that the proposed change, which is sponsored by Rep. Gary Cross, would weaken the state’s employment laws and make it easier for

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Wrongful termination findings may be enforced by court

The Missouri Human Rights Act was designed in part to protect workers from discriminatory employment practices. The Missouri Human Rights Commission, which is charged with investigating workplace discrimination and providing remedies for the victims, filed a lawsuit to enforce a

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