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Month: March 2014

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

Unauthorized immigrants' Missouri court judgment stands

The United States Supreme Court recently declined to hear the case of six undocumented immigrants who sued the owners of Kansas City’s Jerusalem Cafe for violating their rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act. This leaves in place a lower

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Missouri University to implement harassment reporting policies

Almost three years after the suicide of a former Missouri University student and alleged sexual assault by one or more of the school’s football players, there is still much confusion regarding the university’s official policies on sexual harassment and discrimination

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Missouri woman loses discrimination suit against Rams

A former employee of the St. Louis Rams lost a round in her legal battle against the organization she had accused of both sexual harassment and age discrimination in federal court. The judge presiding over the matter tossed out the

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Missouri senator's military sex assault bill passes muster

Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill emerged victorious in her face-off with her Democratic New York counterpart, Sen, Kirsten Gillibrand, as the Senate recently blocked Gillibrand’s bill, which would have prevented the U. S. military brass from handing sexual assault cases. McCaskill

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Missouri senator files discriminatory bill

Apparently, the recent gubernatorial veto of a discriminatory bill passed by Arizona legislators has spawned a similar bill in the Missouri Senate. Republican Sen. Wayne Wallingford of Cape Girardeau recently filed SB 916, which is intended to shield businesses refusing

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