Two appellate rulings in two days have found against the NFL, the Rams, Stan Kroenke, and other defendants in a lawsuit against them for wrongfully relocating the Rams away from St. Louis. Recently the trial court allowed the plaintiffs to obtain the phone and text records of various defendants, and the defendants appealed that decision […]
BB&D attorneys Chris Bauman, Bob Blitz, Jim Deutsch, Kelley Farrell and David Luce have been selected for inclusion in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Chris Bauman and Bob Blitz were selected for Commercial Litigation, Jim Deutsch for Gaming Law, and Kelley Farrell and David Luce for Employment Law – Management.
SB 68 renames the Missouri Works Training Program to the “Missouri One Start Program,” which provides flexible funding for a company’s training costs associated with a new facility, expansion or retraining project. Companies may utilize industry training funds to offset training costs for new products, new manufacturing processes, technological innovation, and productivity improvement. Under SB 68, a company is no longer required to retain its current number of employees, instead becoming eligible by maintaining at least one-hundred jobs in the year preceding the application.
Rules promulgated by the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) significantly alter Missouri’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program (HTC). The emergency rules, which took effect March 30, 2019, implement Senate Bill 590 enacted during the 2018 legislative session. The rules are expected to become final during the second half of 2019.