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TweetMARCH 9, 2012, St. Louis, Missouri…A detailed presentation on labor and employment legal issues by Gallop attorney Johnny S. Wang scored an A+ with more than 125 officials from 61 Missouri school districts who attended an AAIM Employers’ Association training event for the Cooperating School Districts of Greater St. Louis (CSD) on March 9 at […]


TweetTwo oil and gas companies accused of illegally working together in auctions of four natural gas leases on federal land in Colorado have agreed to pay $275,000 each to settle the claim.  The case settled in mid-February is the first federal challenge to an anti-competitive bidding agreement for mineral rights, according to the U.S. Department […]

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TweetHow can law firms truly help deserving charities when so many different non-profit organizations work to assist people who may be impoverished, sick or looking for a second chance in life, or even a first chance? How can this be done within the framework of a firm’s business mission, yet still make a positive impact? […]