Ferguson denied dismissal of case filed by plaintiffs alleging they were jailed indefinitely because they couldn't pay citations
ST. LOUIS – The city of Ferguson has been denied its fourth attempt to dismiss a class action lawsuit filed people claiming they were jailed indefinitely for their inability to pay traffic and other minor offense citations in violation of their constitutional rights.
Judge denies to dismiss hostile work environment claim filed by woman who alleged worker with Tourette's syndrome used racial slur
ST. LOUIS – A district federal court in Missouri has denied to dismiss claims of hostile work environment in a suit filed by an employee who alleged co-worker with Tourette’s syndrome repeatedly called her a racial slur.
NLRB gives employers permission to enforce arbitration agreements and discipline workers who refuse to sign them
JEFFERSON CITY – A recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board that employers can discipline employees who refuse to sign class waivers in response to class claims will be "welcome news" to employers in the state, a civil justice reform advocate says.