ST. LOUIS -- Three longtime St. Louis attorneys placed on probation about a year ago after funds were discovered stolen from their client trust account have been reinstated following separate Nov. 1 Missouri Supreme Court orders.
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JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) – Rolla attorney Bryce C. Crowley, who was charged with driving while intoxicated last fall, and Illinois attorney James William Davis have been suspended following separate Oct. 30 Missouri Supreme Court orders.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (St. Louis Record) — Princeton attorney Jennifer Ann George has been disbarred following an Oct. 30 Missouri Supreme Court order over allegations arising from a single client matter.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (St. Louis Record) — Attorney L. J. Buckner Jr. of Lenexa, Kansas, has been reciprocally disbarred following an Oct. 22 Missouri Supreme Court order after a similar discipline handed down in a split Kansas Supreme Court proceeding last summer.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (St. Louis Record) — Omaha attorneys and brothers Joseph P. Cullan and Patrick J. Cullan have been reciprocally reprimanded following separate Oct. 19 Missouri Supreme Court orders after the two were similarly reprimanded by the Iowa Supreme Court in May.
ST. LOUIS (St. Louis Record) – A St. Louis man who is a member of the National Guard recently filed a federal suit claiming his rights were violated when he was pepper sprayed and arrested during protests last year that followed the acquittal of former city police officer Jason Stockley on murder charges.
Call center worker files class action claiming Clayton company required employees to work overtime unpaid
ST. LOUIS (St. Louis Record) – A former call center employee recently filed a Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA) collective class action against Clayton-based Serco Inc., claiming the company required her and others to work overtime unpaid.
The Missouri Supreme Court reciprocally disbarred Robert C.B. Myers, a Montana-based attorney, following "reckless" statements made about his opponent in a 2016 campaign for judge.
ST. LOUIS – The city of St. Louis' suit against the National Football League and others over the Ram's return to Los Angeles in 2015 won't be headed into arbitration following an appeals court's ruling earlier this week.
Kansas City dry cleaner, Missouri management firm among defendants sued by Massachusetts company in contract dispute
KANSAS CITY – A Kansas City dry cleaning company and a Missouri management company are among defendants being sued by a Massachusetts-based drying cleaning company over an industry territorial dispute.
KANSAS CITY – A Kansas City man is suing city officials and the city for allegedly harassing him, stealing his ducks, dog and time and to stop scheduled demolition and auction of his property, according to his complaint filed earlier this month.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Suspended Gladstone attorney Kenneth J. Geniuk has again been indefinitely suspended following an Aug. 21 Missouri Supreme Court order and his disbarment earlier this year in Kansas.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Disbarred Kansas City attorney Roderick E. Smith has been reinstated and placed on probation following an Aug. 21 Missouri Supreme Court order.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Jefferson City attorney Georgia Ann Mathers has been reinstated following her 2013 suspension and O'Fallon attorney Gary Randall Long has been reinstated after resolving a tax issue in separate and recent Missouri Supreme Court orders.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley filed a petition on Aug. 16 in circuit court over alleged deteriorating conditions in a low-income St. Louis housing complex.
Lebanon attorney suspended by Supreme Court over undisclosed professional conduct rules violation allegations
JEFFERSON CITY – Lebanon attorney Jeffrey Bryan Allen has been placed on interim suspension following a July 31 Missouri Supreme Court order over professional misconduct allegations.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) – The Missouri Supreme Court recently handed down disciplinary actions against three attorneys; one was disbarred, another suspended and the third placed on probation.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — St. Louis attorney Daniel Lee Sayle, on probation since 2014, is no longer on probation following a June Missouri Supreme Court order.
JEFFERSON CITY – While paralegals certainly have more technology and resources to do their jobs, that additional tech doesn't seem to be why it is more noticeable when attorneys risk being disciplined allegedly for not properly supervising their support staff, experts in the field said in recent interviews.