Monthly Archives: May 2014

Prayer at the beginning of Council meeting constitutional

City officials can breathe a little easier since the United States Supreme Court held that a prayer offered at the beginning of a meeting of the town of Greece does not have to be nonsectarian. I say, “breathe a little … Continue reading

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Court adopts “contributing factor” test to determine discrimination against employee for filing Workers Compensation claim

The recent decision in Templemire v. W & M Welding, Inc by the Missouri Supreme Court,  has far-reaching implications for all employers – including local government.The new test to determine if there has been retaliatory action under  section 287.780 RSMo., against … Continue reading

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