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Jackie Sexton Spoke at Sterling Education Services’ Seminar on May 5, 2015


On May 5, 2015, Jackie Sexton was a speaker in Kansas City, Missouri at Sterling Education Services’ Seminar entitled, “Hiring & Terminating:  The Ins and Outs of Employment Law.”  Jackie …
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Jackie Sexton Featured Presenter in National Webcast


Jackie Sexton was one of the featured presenters in a national video webcast produced by the National Business Institute on May 8, 2015.  Jackie spoke on several topics, including:  “Drafting …
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Firm Successfully Defends Royals Flying Hot Dog Case


Scott Hofer successfully defends the Kansas City Royals in flying hot dog case. Read the article.

Supreme Court of Missouri Applies Employer’s Liability Exclusion to Wrongful Death Claim Against Co-Employee


The Supreme Court of Missouri issued its opinion in Piatt v. Indiana Lumbermen’s Mut. Ins. Co. on April 28, 2015.  The Court held an Employer’s Liability exclusion in a CGL …
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Dave White Elected to Third Term on Overland Park City Council


The firm congratulates Dave White on his election to a third full term on the Overland Park, KS City Council.  Dave has been appointed to serve as the Vice Chair …
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Kyle Roehler Speaks at Bad Faith ExecuSummit


On May 5-6, 2015, Kyle Roehler spoke at the Bad Faith Litigation Strategies ExecuSummit held at the Mohegan Sun Casino Resort & Conference Center in Uncasville, Connecticut.  Kyle was part …
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Religious Discrimination–New U.S. Supreme Court Decision


Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc. On June 1, 2015, the Supreme Court ruled that an employer’s refusal to hire a prospective employee cannot be motivated …
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The Benefits and Enforceability of Evergreen Contracts


ABC Corporation is in the business of producing widgets. In order to manufacture those widgets, ABC needs a regular supply of steel. So ABC enters into a contract with XYZ …
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Post-Judgment Interest–Express Award Required


Judgments accrue interest after entry. R.S.Mo. §408.040.1.  Normally, post-judgment interest runs on all amounts due under a judgment, including pre-judgment interest and costs.  Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church v. St. …
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Firm Successfully Obtains Dismissal of Lawsuit Seeking to Enforce $82 Million Judgement Against Insurer in Pollution Case


Recently, Foland, Wickens attorneys Clay Crawford and Abbey Gentle received a favorable Order in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri granting judgment on the pleadings …
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