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Eighth Circuit Affirms Denial of Qualified Immunity to Mayor and Police Chief of Missouri City in First Amendment Retaliation Lawsuit Brought by Former Police Officers

The Eighth Circuit recently affirmed the Western District of Missouri’s denial of summary judgment based on qualified immunity to two individual defendants who had been sued for First Amendment retaliation under Section 1983.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Distributor Hopes Bootleggers 'Can't Get No Satisfaction' Selling Unauthorized Rolling Stones Merch

This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar, ALM’s source for immediate alerting on just filed cases in state and federal courts. Law.com Radar now offers state court coverage nationwide. Sign up today and be first to know about new suits in your region, practice area or client sector.         Click Here To Read The Full […]

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'Devastating Financial Consequences': Dispute Over Thrice-Approved Emergency Department Plan Up Again for Reconsideration

“There’s a lot at stake [for Houston Hospitals,” said lead counsel Jason Bring of Arnall Golden Gregory. “The freestanding emergency department is proposed to go almost directly between two existing hospitals, within seven or eight miles. As you might expect, that will draw patients away from our hospitals and the impact on them will be […]

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