Firm News:John Brooks Serving as Adjunct Professor at SLU Law School
Baker Sterchi attorney John Brooks is serving as an adjunct professor at the Saint Louis University School of Law, where he will coach the law school's trial advocacy team for the 2022 fall semester.
Speaking Engagements:Joe Swift to Present at Trucking Defense Conference on Claims Against Freight Brokers
On September 22, Baker Sterchi Member Joe Swift will co-present at the 2022 Trucking Defense Advocates Council (TDAC) Conference in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Firm News:Baker Sterchi Sponsors High School Corporate Work Study Program Student
Baker Sterchi is proud to sponsor a student in the Cristo Rey High School Corporate Work Study Program during the 2022-2023 school year.
Firm News:Baker Sterchi Sponsors 2022 Duck Pluckers, Deer Skinners and Fish Hookers Ball
Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice was proud to sponsor the recent 2022 Duck Pluckers, Deer Skinners and Fish Hookers Ball held at NILO Farms in Brighton, Illinois.
Firm News:David Vaughn to be Installed as Chair of DRI Young Lawyers' Marketing Subcommittee
Baker Sterchi attorney David Vaughn IV will serve as the 2022-2023 Chair of the Defense Research Institute's (DRI) Young Lawyers' Marketing Subcommittee.
Firm News:Megan Stumph-Turner Presents on Real Estate Litigation Trends
Baker Sterchi Member Megan Stumph-Turner's CLE course, "Navigating Current Real Estate Litigation Trends," is now live on Lawline for on-demand viewing.
Firm News:Joe Swift Quoted in FreightWaves Article Regarding Supreme Court Trucking Decisions
Baker Sterchi Member Joe Swift is quoted in a recent FreightWaves article titled "Why trucking is peeved at the Supreme Court," concerning the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to not weigh in on two cases related to the trucking industry.
Employment & Labor Law Blog:After Ten Years of Litigation, Trucking Company and Former Drivers Head Back to Court, Again
Over 10 years of litigation, the parties learn that federal rules concerning amendments to scheduling orders and timely disclosures by experts are not a mere formality.
Financial Services Law Blog:Arbitration Agreements Need Not Be Balanced
The Missouri Supreme Court says if you want a real shot at challenging the enforceability of an arbitration agreement, you had better assert a factual basis for doing so at the trial court level.
Missouri Law Blog:Feeding the Beast: In a Payment Bond, "All Sums Justly Due" May Include Attorneys' Fees
Sureties must pay attorneys' fees on private construction projects where payment bond contains provision calling for payment of "all sums justly due," says 8th Circuit.