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Month: September 2013

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

California increases minimum wage

Some states may be poised to consider raising their minimum wages in the aftermath of California making the decision to hike its own minimum wage to $10 by the year 2016. At least eight states are contemplating raising their minimum

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Religious liberty and gay rights in workplace discrimination

Missouri residents may be interested in accounts of numerous recent controversies involving businesses claiming that their religious liberties allow them to refuse to hire or serve members of the LGBT community . For many privately held businesses, what some in

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The IRS announces new rules on restaurant tips

Many Missouri restaurants may no longer add gratuities to the checks presented to large parties after the Internal Revenue Service announced that they are changing the way these tips will be classified. Wait staff are responsible for reporting tips which

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Part of harassment claim returned to lower court

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled that a Circuit Court judge erred in his judgement and returned part of a harassment case back to the lower courts. The former hospital employee filed a lawsuit after she claimed that she was retaliated

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