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Missouri Court of Appeals holds an employer may not reserve the right to litigate claims against an employee in court while simultaneously seeking to restrict the employee to arbitrate her employment

USA - January 11 2021 The question of whether an arbitration agreement is enforceable is an oft-disputed issue prone to be volleyed between the courts and an arbitrator…

Employees Aggrieved Out-of-State Cannot Sue Missouri-based Employers under the Missouri Human Rights Act.

USA - March 11 2020 On December 24, 2019, the Supreme Court of Missouri issued two opinions concerning claims brought by employees working outside Missouri against their…

Federal Aviation Administration Certifies UPS to Become First-ever Drone Airline.

USA - November 7 2019 The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued the first-of-its-kind Part 135 certification to UPS subsidiary, UPS Flight Forward, Inc. (UPS)…

Arbitration Agreements 101: they require - you guessed it - agreement.

USA - September 13 2019 The Eighth Circuit has issued a reminder to those seeking to bind employees and consumers to arbitrate future disagreements: don’t gloss over…

Can't satisfy both the FDA and the State? The judge will be the judge of that.

USA - June 20 2019 In May 2019, in a move rejecting the reasoning of the Third Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court dove into two critical aspects of preemption analysis in…