Tueth Keeney Attorneys Present at SHRM 2021 Virtual Legal Update

Join Tueth Keeney attorneys on February 17th for the SHRM 2021 Virtual Legal Update.  Melanie Keeney and Mandi Moutray will discuss Critical Policy and Handbook Updates, Christine Self will discuss updates for Illinois employers, and Jenna Lakamp will discuss practical considerations for medical marijuana.  Click here to learn more and to register for the virtual
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Legal Presentations, Labor and Employment, Immigration Law, 2021, Christine L. Self, Jenna M. Lakamp, Mandi D. Moutray, Melanie Gurley Keeney

Shareholders Elect Diane Metzger to Management Committee

The shareholders of the law firm Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt, PC recently elected Diane E. Metzger to the Firm’s Management Committee as of January 1, 2021.  Diane joins Margaret Hesse and Kate Nash, making Tueth Keeney’s Management Committee all-female for the first time in the Firm’s history. Outgoing Management Committee member Rob Jackstadt
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Firm Announcements, Missouri Education Law, Labor and Employment, Immigration Law, 2021, Diane E. Metzger

Melanie Keeney and Kristine Nazir Present at Higher Education CLE

On December 17, 2020, Melanie Keeney and Kristine Nazir presented a CLE regarding “Immigration Update: What to Expect in 2021,” at the  Tueth Keeney Higher Education Seminar. Melanie Gurley Keeney practices in the areas of employment, immigration and education law. Melanie has been included in Best Lawyers in America® for 25 years, and has been
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Legal Presentations, Higher Education Law, Immigration Law, 2020, Kristine Nazir, Melanie Gurley Keeney

Melanie Keeney Serves as Panelist for ELA Program “Navigating the Federal Sea Change”

On December 15, 2020, Melanie Keeney served as a panelist speaker for the program: “Navigating the Federal Sea Change: The Impact of the 2020 Election on Employers,” for the Employment Law Alliance regarding anticipated changes in employment-based immigration policy and regulations under the Biden Administration. Melanie Gurley Keeney practices in the areas of employment, immigration
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Legal Presentations, Labor and Employment, 2020, Melanie Gurley Keeney

Tueth Keeney Attorneys Present for the Association of Corporate Counsel-St. Louis

On December 16, 2020, Melanie Keeney, Mollie Mohan, Jim Layton, Adam Henningsen, and Aigner Carr presented a CLE for the Association of Corporate Counsel-St. Louis on Labor and Employment Law: What to Expect in 2021. Labor and Employment – Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt, P.C. has successfully represented a number of businesses, large and
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Legal Presentations, 2020, Adam C. Henningsen, Aigner S. Carr, James R. Layton, Melanie Gurley Keeney, Mollie G. Mohan

Tueth Keeney Attorneys And Firm Recognized In 2021 Best Lawyers® Edition

Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt, PC has been recognized regionally as a “Best Law Firm” in St. Louis, by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®, for the eleventh consecutive year. The firm has received a First Tier ranking in Education Law, Employment Law – Management, Immigration Law, Litigation – Labor & Employment, as well as
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Honors and Awards, 2020, Amy Clendennen, Ian P. Cooper, James R. Layton, Margaret A. Hesse, Melanie Gurley Keeney

Ian Cooper and Mollie Mohan Win Appeal After Successful Trial

In December of 2018, Ian Cooper and Mollie Mohan won a Judgment for the City of Columbia, Missouri in Boone County Circuit Court.  The case, Sanders v. City of Columbia, involved a former Police Officer for the City who was dismissed following his use of force on a prisoner in a holding cell.  The former
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Firm Victories, Labor and Employment, Appellate Practice, 2020, Ian P. Cooper, Mollie G. Mohan

Jim Layton Leads American Academy of Appellate Lawyers Task Force on Remote Oral Argument

Appellate advocacy has changed quickly and dramatically since the arrival of COVID-19, with courts across the country using audio and video links to hold oral arguments electronically. This week, even the U.S Supreme Court joined the movement, holding its very first telephone oral arguments—which included questions from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg from her hospital room,
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Appellate Practice, 2020, James R. Layton