Fox 2 News and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that the Missouri Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Blitz, Bardgett and Deutsch attorneys Bob Blitz and Chris Bauman’s subpoena to make four phone companies turn over the last eight years of phone records of the NFL and team owners, including Stan Kroenke, in St. […]
In an almost 8,000-word article posted on ESPN’s website today, writers Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta Jr. recapped the expert legal maneuvering by Blitz, Bardgett and Deutsch litigation attorney Chris Bauman in 2018 when he successfully argued to keep the complex and highly-charged Rams and NFL case out of arbitration—possibly a more favorable venue […]
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.