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Possible Risks of Day Care Providers

June 23, 2017

We normally don’t post multiple media publications regarding the same case. However, as a firm, we feel a moral obligation to make parents aware of the risks that can be associated with day care providers. U.S. News and World Report’s article regarding this case is helping educate our nation’s parents about these very real risks. […]

 

Proposed MHRA and Arbitration Changes

February 14, 2017

With the “changing of the guard” at the Missouri governor’s mansion, the Missouri legislature has introduced sweeping changes to Missouri’s anti-discrimination laws, including changes related to the applicability of arbitration clauses that are frequently included in an employee’s employment “contract.” Although these changes have not been finalized, nor have they been presented to the governor […]

 

I Feel Like Somebody At My Company Is Discriminating Against Me. What Should I Do?

December 29, 2016

If you are asking this question, you are one of the lucky few that are researching your rights at a time when there is still something you can do to help your employment situation and, if necessary, your future employment discrimination case. By that, I mean most people who have been discriminated against in the […]

 

Law Student Gets License Back After Successful Trial

May 4, 2016

A law student was pulled over in the St. Louis area, because she was missing a headlight. When the officer walks up to her car, he claims to smell a moderate odor of alcohol and notices that her eyes are bloodshot and watery. The driver admits to consuming three drinks throughout the evening. The officer […]

 

Should I Blow or Refuse?

May 4, 2016

This is, by far and away, the most common question we get asked by people. Please understand that the answer to this question is not perfect. There are many factors about your criminal history, family, job, etc. that influence this choice. Additionally, without a crystal ball, there is no way for an attorney to definitely […]

 

What to do if you are pulled over for DWI drugs

May 4, 2016

If you find yourself pulled over and think you might be impaired by drugs, there is important information you need to know. Be aware that you might not think you are under the influence of drugs. To be safe, though, if you are taking potentially impairing drugs and driving, you need to assume that you […]

 

Driver with .179 BAC throws up in police car and wins license case

May 4, 2016

A motorist in the St. Louis area was involved in a minor fender bender. Police respond and two officers begin questioning witnesses. Fifteen minutes later, two more officers arrive at the scene. As one of these officers is approaching the client, he notices a firearm (100% legal) in the client’s waistband. Without further ado, the […]

 

Sex Offense and Felony Drug Charge Dismissed

May 4, 2016

A client in the St. Louis area was allegedly masturbating in his car at a convenience store. When confronted by officers, the client was apparently (possibly simultaneously) also smoking marijuana in a pipe. He was arrested on the misdemeanor drug charges. At the station, he was asked if he had anything illegal in his pockets, […]

 

Motorist with .151 BAC wins licensing case

May 4, 2016

A driver in the St. Louis area is pulled over for failing to move over for an emergency vehicle. According to the officer that responded, the driver had a strong odor of alcohol, glassy eyes, swayed while standing and failed three standardized field sobriety tests. Fortunately for the driver, there is a dash cam video […]

 

Social workers, community support workers and call center employees are entitled to overtime.

May 4, 2016

Many people assume that you aren’t entitled to overtime if you are paid a salary by your employer. Nothing could be further from the truth! Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Missouri Wage and Hour Laws, most workers are entitled to overtime, even if they are paid a salary. A prime example of […]

 

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Proposed MHRA and Arbitration Changes

With the “changing of the guard” at the Missouri governor’s mansion, the … [Read More...]

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