Recent News About University of Missouri Law School
COLUMBIA – Missouri lawmakers need to address longstanding abuse of the state's consumer protection law, a student at University of Missouri's School of Law said in a blog post published in April.
JEFFERSON CITY – Drug companies agreeing not to compete and to fix prices of generic prescription medications is as "bad as it" can get under anti-trust rules, according to one legal expert in corporate law.
INDEPENDENCE – A county and transportation agency's failure to develop a recreational trail along a former railway line under the provisions of a federal law makes it easier for landowners to block its development and file lawsuits under state law, according to one property law expert.
Couple claiming state's firearms rules for foster parents violate their rights may have a point, professor says
A Kansas City couple has filed a federal lawsuit claiming the Missouri Department of Social Services' policies regarding the possession of loaded firearms by foster parents violate their constitutional rights.
Details of a controversial shooting of a St. Louis woman at the home of her brother are likely to be aired when a federal damage suit filed by the woman goes to court.