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Collapse Deskbook - School Law

The legal issues that concern schools, educators, students, and parents find their sources in many different areas of the law - constitutional, criminal, tort, contracts, and property law, among others. Missouri School Law brings these areas together in one publication that applies the legal principles to specific questions that arise in the context of public school law. This deskbook is a concise and accessible guide written by experienced education law attorneys and offers current and authoritative information on legal issues facing schools within the context of state and federal education law.

2003 (156 pages), includes 2016 Supplement (118 pages)

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Many continuing legal education programs and reams of written material are devoted to the nuts and bolts of trying a lawsuit. Though the vast majority of cases settle before trial, there is little information published on the proper procedures for settling a lawsuit. David L. Grebel and Mark B. Grebel, co-authors of Chapter 1.

Missouri Settling Cases is a valuable how-to resource and designed to fill this void. The book is authored by both plaintiff and defense attorneys, providing perspectives from each side of a case as to when and how settlements can be made. Their efforts have resulted in a book that should be on the shelf of every civil practice attorney in Missouri.

2014 (470 pages) with full-text CD with more than 40 forms

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FORMS INCLUDED:

Chapter 4—Wrongful Death
Petition for Wrongful Death Damages—Capacity to Sue  |  §4.23
Application for Appointment of Plaintiff Ad Litem   |  §4.24
Order Appointing Plaintiff Ad Litem   |  §4.25
Notice to All Who Might Share (Distribution Only)   |  §4.26
Notice of Hearing for Approval of Proposed Settlement   |  §4.27
Report   |  §4.28
Final Judgment   |  §4.29
Release and Indemnity Agreement   |  §4.30
Petition for Approval of Proposed Settlement   |  §4.31
Order Approving Settlement   |  §4.32

Chapter 5—Settlements With Minors and Incompetents
Employment Agreement—Minor’s Claim   |  §5.39
Petition for Authority to Settle Claim of Minor   |  §5.40
Order Sustaining Petition for Authority to Settle Claim, Authorizing Settlement of Claim, and Directing Execution of Full Release  |  §5.41
Report of Conservator   |  §5.42
Conservator’s Release   |  §5.43
Order Approving Report of Conservator v §5.44
Petition for Appointment of Next Friend (Child Under 14 Years of Age)   |  §5.45
Petition for Appointment of Next Friend (Child 14 Years of Age or Above)   |  §5.46
Order of Appointment of Next Friend (Child 14 Years of Age or Above)   |  §5.47
Order of Appointment of Next Friend (Child Under 14 Years of Age)   |  §5.48
Bond of Next Friend  |  §5.49
Motion for Substitution of Conservator for Next Friend   |  §5.50
Order Substituting Conservator for Next Friend  |  §5.51
Affidavit of Next Friend   |  §5.52
Order Discharging Next Friend   |  §5.53
Judgment, Satisfaction and Discharge of Judgment, Distribution of Proceeds, Waiver of Approval of Bond, and Discharge of Next Friend   |  §5.54
Receipt by Minor/Parent(s); Order Approving Receipt of Minor/Parent(s)   |  §5.55
Receipt by Conservator; Order Approving Receipt of Conservator   |  §5.56
Satisfaction of Judgment   |  §5.57
Motion for Authority to Settle Claim of a Minor   |  §5.58
Approval of Settlement, Order Requiring Execution of Release, Approval of Attorney Fees, Distribution of Proceeds, Discharge of Next Friend   |  §5.59
Release by Next Friend/Conservator of Minor in Accordance With Order of Court  |  §5.60
Annual Review of Guardian (11th Circuit Probate Court of St. Charles County, Missouri)   |  §5.61
Guardian’s Annual Report (21st Circuit Probate Court of St. Louis County, Missouri)   |  §5.62
Judgment and Order Appointing Guardian/Conservator Ad Litem   |  §5.63
Petition for Appointment of Guardian/Conservator of the Estate of Minor and Suitability Study (11th Circuit Probate Court, St. Charles County)   |  §5.64
Parental Consent to Appoint Guardian/Conservator and Waiver of Service (11th Circuit Probate Court, St. Charles County)   |  §5.65
Petition for Appointment of Guardian/Conservator for Adult (21st Circuit Probate Court, St. Louis County)   |  §5.66
Petition for Order to Dispense With Conservatorship (11th Circuit Probate Court, St. Charles County)   |  §5.67
Petition for Appointment of Guardian and Conservator for Adult (11th Circuit Probate Court, St. Charles County)   |  §5.68

Chapter 8—Liens, Subrogation, and Assignments
Sample Set of Questions   |  §8.38
Letter Soliciting Subrogation Information   |  §8.39

Chapter 9—Settlements in Commercial Litigation
Sample Letter That Can Be Used in a Commercial Litigation Case   |  §9.8

Chapter 10—Settlement on Appeal
Sample Joint Motion to Remand, Vacate Judgment, Order Circuit Hearing, and Enter Judgment   |  §10.21
Sample Appellate Court Order Remanding to Circuit Court to Vacate Judgment,Conduct Hearing, and Enter Judgment   |  §10.22
Sample Joint Motion to (Amend/Modify/Vacate) Judgment Under Rule 75.01   |  §10.23
Sample Joint Motion to Remand, Vacate Judgment, and Dismiss With Prejudice   |  §10.24
Sample Appellate Court Order Remanding Cause to Circuit Court With Instruction to Vacate Judgment, Dismiss With Prejudice   |  §10.25
Sample Circuit Court Order Vacation Dismissing With Prejudice   |  §10.26
 

 

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Each chapter of the fifth edition of Missouri Sources of Proof is a comprehensive presentation of using a particular source, such as presumptions, judicial notice, records, discovery methods, exhibits, and others. It covers the major types of proof and how to use them -- from the initial client interview to trial.  The book also includes practical tips, checklists, as well as a chart of commonly encountered presumptions, their sources, and the level of evidence needed to rebut them.  You will also find helpful resources such as sample forms, practical tips for finding expert witnesses, a thorough witness interview checklist, extensive information on HIPAA, and a glossary of medical abbreviations and symbols and their meanings.

5th edition 2014 (679 pages)

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FORMS INCLUDED:

Chapter 4—Public Records
Authentication of Judicial and Other Legislative Records  |  §4.6

Chapter 6—Business Records
Affidavits in Lieu of Testimony by a Custodian  |  §6.13

Chapter 7—Statements
Interview Checklist (Sample)  |  §7.5
Sample Statement  |  §7.24

Chapter 9—Interrogatories, Depositions, and Subpoenas
Standard Deposition Notice  |  §9.23
Rule 57.03(b)(4) Deposition Notice  |  §9.24
Video Deposition Notice  |  §9.25
Sample Cross-Examination Questions for Impeachment by Prior Inconsistent Statement—
Using a Deposition   |  §9.27

 

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Workers’ compensation in Missouri is a continuously developing area of the law. The fourth edition of Missouri Workers' Compensation Law includes discussion of major legislation passed in 2013 that affects the Second Injury Fund and occupational disease resulting from toxic exposure, including mesothelioma. This easy-to-use reference includes practical considerations and helpful features for attorneys handling workers’ compensation cases.  Topics included are the jurisdiction of the Division, practices and procedures of the Division and the LIRC, unlawful acts and penalties for failure to insure, religious exception, liberal vs. strict construction, medical bills and fee disputes, notice to be given to employer, direct examination of claimant's testifying physician (including sample questions), Kansas and Illinois workers' compensation reform, Missouri Private Sector Individual Self-Insurers Guaranty Corporation, trial issues, and more. This book is an important component of the library of the general practitioner as well as the seasoned workers' compensation attorney. The fourth edition includes a full-text, fully searchable CD plus sample forms in word-processing format.

4th edition 2013 (978 pages) includes full-text CD with forms

Clearance price:  $160 

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FORMS INCLUDED:

Chapter 1—History, Administration, and Jurisdiction

  • Dates of Significant Amendments to The Workers’ Compensation Law  |  §1.6

Chapter 3—The Second Injury Fund

  • Second Injury Fund Claim Checklist—Questions to Be Asked Before January 1, 2014, and After January 1, 2014  |  §3.12

Chapter 11—Systems and Procedures of Counsel for the Employee

  • Opening Questions on Direct Examination  |  §11.43
  • Questions Relating to the Examination  |  §11.44
  • Second Injury Fund Questions if Applicable for Fund Cases Arising Before January 1, 2014  |  §11.45
  • Workers’ Compensation Intake Sheet  |  §11.46
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Authorization  |  §11.47
  • Social Security Administration Consent for Release of Information  |  §11.48
  • Letter to the Health Care Provider  |  §11.49

Chapter 12—Answering the Claim for Compensation: Completion and Investigation

  • Answering the Claim Clause—General Denial  |  §12.10
  • Answering the Claim Clause—Without Knowledge  |  §12.11
  • Answering the Claim Clause—Nature and Extent  |  §12.12
  • Form 22—Answer to Claim for Compensation  |  §12.24

Chapter 13—Choice of Jurisdiction

  • Period of Compensation for Accidental Injuries  |  §13.27
  • Table of Maximum Benefits  |  §13.93

Chapter 14—Liens and Offsets

  • Petition to Reduce a MO HealthNet Lien  |  §14.9
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Collapse Guidebook - Defending Boating While Intoxicated Cases

Alcohol and water may mix in a glass but not on a boat.  Boating while intoxicated cases should not be viewed as simply as a DWI on the water. Experienced Lake of the Ozarks area attorney Erik Bergmanis details the ins and outs of defending BWI cases and lays out the similarities and differences between BWI and DWI. Three different statutes may be used to prosecute BWI cases and prosecution can vary depending on what type of watercraft is involved and even by what body of water is involved. 

2011 (38 pages)

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Car purchases can be complex transactions involving titling and registration laws, financing, insurance, and service contracts. Unfortunately, car sales sometimes involve fraud, deception, or unfair practices. Authors Laura E. Clubb and John P. Clubb highlight the law that applies to the purchase or lease of automobiles in Missouri. They discuss fraudulent and abusive sales, warranties and service contracts, financing, repossession, leases, and more. Automobiles are major purchases for many clients.

Motor Vehicle Purchasing and Leasing originally appeared as a chapter in the MoBarCLE deskbook, Missouri Consumer Law and Practice.

2011 (63 pages)

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Collapse Guidebook - Personnel Hearings Before Administrative Hearing Agencies

This publication provides guidance to practitioners who encounter a contested personnel case involving a public employee protected by a civil service or merit system law. Author Paul R. Otto focuses on laws governing state employees who appeal personnel actions to the AHC (Administrative Hearing Commission). The issues and procedures covered illustrate practice before similar bodies.

Personnel Hearings Before Administrative Hearing Agencies originally appeared as a chapter in the MoBarCLE Deskbook, Missouri Administrative Law.

2011 (66 pages)

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Collapse Guidebook - Trust and Estate Legislation Update: QSJTs, Decanting, UAGPPJA and More

Through the years, The Missouri Bar has published a succession of “Yellow Books” in response to significant changes in probate, trust, and estate legislation. Those publications have been valuable guides to new legislation and have been popular with Missouri attorneys. This publication builds on that legacy. In 2011, Missouri enacted significant trust and estate legislation as reflected in the title above. Technical corrections were adopted in 2012. Authors Scot W. Boulton, Harvard W. Muhm, and David English detail those legislative changes, explain their effect and importance, and provide background to put the changes in context.

2012 (153 pages)

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Print:  $20 |  quantities of the printed version are limited  
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Print & e-Guidebook:  $40

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FORMS INCLUDED:

PLEASE NOTE: The following sample clauses for a tax planning joint trust are provided solely for informational and educational purposes, and the author does not warrant their appropriateness for use in any manner.

  • QSJT Intent Language  |  §33
  • All Assets, Including Separate Property, Held in Separate Equal Shares  |  §34
  • Joint Property Equally to Each Separate Share, Separate Property to Separate
  • Share Unless Scheduled  |  §35
  • Joint Property and Separate Property Equally to Each Separate Share Unless Scheduled  |  §36
  • Power to Amend or Revoke  |  §37
  • Exercise of Reserved Powers  |  §38
  • Power to Direct Trustees  |  §39
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