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Art Auction in the Explorer’s Lounge on Deck 6

My wife and I recently returned from an Alaskan cruise tour. It was a “bucket list” trip. In addition, we celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary on a ship that included about 2,200 happy people. One of the many scheduled on-board activities was an art auction. I went to the afternoon event as a complete novice straining to remember the primary…
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What’s in a Word? Missouri’s New Standard for Proving Employment Discrimination

New legislation will impact the workplace relationship between Missouri employers and employees. On June 30, 2017, Governor Greitens signed into law Senate Bill 43, which will change several aspects of the Missouri Human Rights Act (MHRA) – including raising the standard for proving employment discrimination. The MHRA makes it unlawful for employers with six or more employees to discriminate against…
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So, You’ve Been Ordered to Pay or Receive Child Support?

Many people either pay or receive child support. In a perfect world, the party who is ordered to pay child support would pay the exact full amount on time each month. However, that is sometimes not the case, so it is important to know your options and/or the consequences of your actions in the following scenarios regarding payment and receipt…
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The Controversial Trend of Making Vaccinations Mandatory for Health Care Workers

Currently, one of the most controversial directives from health care institutions, such as hospitals and nursing homes, to their health care employees is a mandatory vaccination requirement. Employers see this requirement as a way to keep their patients seeking treatment safer by requiring those treating them to be vaccinated. This requirement also can help keep the health care employees safe…
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Five Things to Do Before Meeting With an Attorney

If you have never met with an attorney before, it can be a nerve-racking experience. It can be difficult to know what to do to prepare for your meeting. Here are five things attorneys want their clients to do before their first meeting. Following these first steps can help to make that initial meeting easier. Provide the Attorney with Names…
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Congress Exempts Livestock Farms from Reporting Air Emissions

On March 23, 2018, the president signed into law the “Fair Agricultural Reporting Method Act” that exempts the reporting of “air emissions from animal waste at a farm” under CERCLA. For several years agricultural groups have been asking Congress to enact this exemption to reverse a court decision that required livestock emission reporting. A 2011 court case invalidated a 2008…
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