Jim Layton Addressed City Officials Regarding Redistricting in a Webinar Sponsored by the Missouri Municipal League

On August 25, 2021, Jim Layton addressed city officials regarding redistricting in a webinar sponsored by the Missouri Municipal League. Cities and other political subdivisions that elect governing bodies in geographic districts must draw new district lines to reflect the results of the 2020 U.S. Census. The detailed data from the 2020 Census was released on August 12, 2021. As Jim explained, the new districts must meet federal and state requirements””most important, each district must have about the same number

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Rob Jackstadt Will Serve as Panelist for Illinois Association of School Boards

On February 18, 2021, Robert L. Jackstadt will serve as a panelist for the webinar program entitled “Challenges to Property Tax Assessments and Protecting School District Revenues.”  The presenters will  discuss steps an Illinois Board of Education can take to protect its property tax revenues as the COVID-19 crisis continues. The webinar is sponsored by the Illinois Association of School Boards.  Robert L. Jackstadt practices in the areas of commercial, construction and education litigation.


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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 legal update!


Melanie Gurley Keeney practices in the areas of employment, immigration and education

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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 recognized in all areas of her practice. She also has been named to Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers ® lists for over

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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 and education law. Melanie has been included in Best Lawyers in America ® for 25 years, and has been recognized in all areas

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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 small, throughout the Midwest in labor and employment matters. Our broad range of experience includes employment discrimination litigation, wage-hour

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Jim Layton publishes, speaks on 8th Circuit practice

Tueth Keeney’s Jim Layton is the author of a chapter in the ninth edition of the Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice Manual, released in October 2020 . The Manual takes a comprehensive look at current practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. That court, based in St. Louis, hears appeals from U.S. district courts in seven states. Along with authors of other chapters, Jim also spoke at a continuing legal education program on

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Kate Nash Presents at Employment Law Alliance Webinar Discussing Legal Issues in Higher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kate Nash will join a panel of esteemed speakers on May 13th for a discussion focusing on helping higher education institutions identify common legal issues, projects, and problems that, while not created by the COVID-19 pandemic, were brought to the forefront by it.  The session  will  be divided into four topics (student issues, employment issues, risk management issues, and corporate issues), and identify key issues such as hearing formats and logistics for Title IX proceedings; faculty handbook and contract issues;

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Jim Layton Trains Government Lawyers Nationwide On Remote Appellate Arguments

Jim Layton, who leads Tueth Keeney’s appellate practice group, presented “Preparing to Argue to Appellate Judges, From Your Home to Theirs: Remote Appellate Advocacy in the Wake of COVID-19.” Attending””by video feed””were 565 lawyers from 46 states and three U.S. territories; others have since watched a recording of the program. The program was presented by the National Attorneys General Teaching and Research Institute (NAGTRI), for which Jim is a regular instructor. Appellate courts across the nation

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