Where a debtor failed to turn over his non-exempt tax refund to the trustee, the debtor acknowledged receiving specific oral and written warnings from the trustee not to spend any refunds, so the bankruptcy court properly found that the debtor ...Read More »
Where a father who was prosecuted, convicted, re-prosecuted and then acquitted of the alleged molestation of his adopted daughter brought claims of false arrest, malicious prosecution and civil rights claims against his ex-wife and the detective who investigated the case ...
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Where a clerical employee of a union sued her employer for breach of contract and breach of a collective bargaining agreement, summary judgment for the defendants is reversed because a genuine issue of material fact existed as to whether an ...Read More »
Where a prison worker brought a civil rights action against his employer claiming his suspension was in retaliation for helping a co-worker report sexual harassment, summary judgment for the defendant was proper because no reasonable person could conclude that a ...Read More »
Where a 16-year-old girl was adjudicated a juvenile delinquent after she assaulted another girl with a baseball bat, the sentencing judge did not improperly draw inferences from the girl’s prior arrests and the District Court’s order committing the girl to ...
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Where plaintiffs sued a city and officials to enjoin the city to continue payment of retiree health insurance premiums, the District Court properly determined the remedy and found that resolutions restricting and terminating the payment of premiums for certain employees ...Read More »
(1)Even though plaintiffs in a product liability action challenged the validity of the consent to removal of one of the defendants in the case because it was not signed by an attorney licensed in Missouri, the District Court properly exercised ...Read More »