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Taxi Driver Wins Disability Discrimination Case
Taxi Driver Wins Disability Discrimination Case

On April 16, 2013, the Court of Appeals for the Eastern District of Missouri issued a decision in favor of a taxicab driver in the disability discrimination case of State of Missouri v. Gateway Taxi Management Company d/b/a Laclede Cab Company . The case alleged that Laclede ...

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    On April 9, 2013, the Missouri Supreme Court issued its decision in Badahman v. Catering St. Louis, et al . In that case, Catering St. Louis (CSL) ...

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  • Disabled Employee Wins Jury Trial; Reduction of Attorneys' Fees Was Error

    In a recent Missouri Court of Appeals decision , the appellate court reversed and remanded the trial court's calculation of the winning plaintiff's ...

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    People realize that not everyone is alike; some people are tall, some people have blue eyes, some people are deaf. Nicholas Keith just happened to be ...

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