Monthly Archives: January 2014

D. C. Court of Appeals Invalidates FCC Internet Discrimination Rules

What does the D. C. Circuit, U. S. Court of Appeals, decision that struck down part of the FCC Rule, “…to compel broadband providers to treat all Internet traffic the same regardless of source…” mean for local government?  At issue … Continue reading

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Court will not read terms into collective bargaining agreement

As Missouri moves into full-scale collective bargaining with public employee unions there will be many questions concerning how the courts will interpret collective bargaining agreements between public employers and unions.  Most analysts concede that unions have the upper hand with … Continue reading

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Set back for red light camera ordinances

You know that red like camera cases have attracted the attention of the court when the 56-page opinion in Brunner vs. City of Arnold, starts with a statement that ”…we take another hike through a legal, unfortunately, political minefield” citing … Continue reading

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