It is absolutely critical to keep in mind at all times that your limited liability company or corporation is not an alter ego or simply an extension
Missouri Governor Greitens recently signed into law, RSMO 347.048, a new registration requirement affecting limited liability companies (LLCs) that
Several types of legal entities are available to operate your real estate venture. The entity type most appropriate for your business will vary
In Columbia Casualty, the Supreme Court of Missouri held that statutory damages for violations of the TCPA were firmly within the “property damage”
In a matter of first impression, the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Eastern District has held the exclusionary rule barring evidence of subsequent
Missouri’s economic loss doctrine prohibits a commercial buyer of goods from seeking to recover in negligence or strict liability for purely economic
On October 20, 2011, the Missouri Public Service Commission closed a tariff investigation proceeding initiated by AT&T Communications of the Southwest, Inc. and Southwestern Bell Telephone Company dba AT&T Missouri against Hypercube Telecom, LLC.
In two recent decisions, the Missouri Courts of Appeal in Kansas City and Springfield continue the trend of expanding the rights of employees claiming employment discrimination brought under the Missouri Human Rights Act (MHRA).
Midwestern states passed some important tax legislation in 2011.
Although a victory for debt buyers, two recent decisions of the Missouri Court of Appeals demonstrate the zealousness of state regulators in pursuing debt buyers for their collection practices.