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Women's Justice Awards presented

St. Louis attorneys Linda Martinez and Kathleen Schoene and university administrator Betty Van Umm were honored at the 2004 Daily Record Women’s Justice Awards celebration, held Thursday night at the Starlight Roof of the Chase Park Plaza. Martinez, a partner ...

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Man paralyzed by air bag sues

How does a minor automobile accident result in the driver becoming a quadriplegic? “That’s exactly what we want to ask Ford Motor Co.,” said John L. Cook with Cook, Barkett, Maguire & Ponder, L.C. in Cape Girardeau. This is with ...

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AG warns public of con artists

Attorney General Jay Nixon warns Missourians to be on the lookout for a type of consumer fraud that comes with spring – home repair fraud. Every spring, con artists knock on doors offering to do home repairs and inspections. In ...

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Vehicle not exempt from coverage

Truck drivers who lease the vehicle they operate are not exempt from coverage under the Missouri workers’ compensation statutes, ruled the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, clarifying the issue of who is covered by workers’ compensation insurance. The question ...

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Law Day event announced

The Law Library of Congress and the American Bar Association (ABA) Division for Public Education will commemorate Law Day with a panel discussion on “Representing the American Lawyer as Citizen.” The event will be held at the Library from 4:45 ...

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Gift registry has a new look

There was a time when the concept of a wedding gift registry was left exclusively to high dollar department stores and spurred little interest to anyone but the bride and her friends. But statistics show that more couples are not ...

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