Tueth Keeney Attorneys Join ROE 13 Presenting Administrator Academy #686

Tueth Keeney attorneys join Regional Office of Education #13 (“ROE 13”) presenting Administrator Academy #686: Legal Implications of the Use of Technology in the School District.  Merry Rhoades, Shane Jones, Adam Henningsen, and Elizabeth Kelly will discuss the legal implications related to the use of technology in schools by students and employees.  Topics to be
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Legal Presentations, Illinois Education Law, 2019, Elizabeth J. Mooney, Merry Rhoades

Tueth Keeney Presents Annual Association of Corporate Counsel CLE Program

Tueth Keeney partnered with the Association of Corporate Counsel – St. Louis on November 22, 2019 for its annual CLE luncheon. This year’s presentation was titled: “What’s New and on the Horizon in Employment Law.” The presentation was well attended and covered a variety of topics in employment law. Margaret Hesse and Jim Layton presented
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Legal Presentations, Labor and Employment, Immigration Law, 2019, Diane E. Metzger, James R. Layton, Jenna M. Lakamp, Mandi D. Moutray, Margaret A. Hesse, Melanie Gurley Keeney, Veronica E. Potter

Melanie Gurley Keeney Moderated ELA Panel Discussion in Lisbon, Portugal

Melanie Gurley Keeney moderated a lively panel discussion in Lisbon, Portugal on October 14, 2019, for the Employment Law Alliance entitled: “Politics, Economics, and the Law Collide: How Global Businesses are Impacted by These Land Mines.”  The panel discussion was very lively and included Duncan Inverarity, Head of the Labor and Employment Practice for A&L
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Legal Presentations, Immigration Law, 2019, Melanie Gurley Keeney

Tueth Keeney’s Jim Layton to Speak on the Topic of Revising or Replacing the Missouri Constitution

On October 4 in Columbia, Tueth Keeney’s Jim Layton, former Missouri Solicitor General, will join Michael Wolff, former Missouri Supreme Court judge and SLU Law School Dean, to discuss “Constitutional Revision in Missouri.” The event, which is open to the public, is sponsored by the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy at the University of Missouri.
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Legal Presentations, Appellate Practice, 2019, James R. Layton

Ian Cooper Speaks at the Meeting of the National Association of College and University Attorneys in Seattle

Ian Cooper was a featured speaker at the meeting of the National Association of College and University Attorneys, in Seattle Washington, on April 5, 2019.  Ian discussed the constitutional framework for evaluating employee political speech on college and university campuses and presented with the General Counsel of the University of Florida, the General Counsel of
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Legal Presentations, Higher Education Law, 2019, Ian P. Cooper

Margaret Hesse To Co-Present at Complimentary Seminar on Improving Workplace Culture

Margaret Hesse will co-present a seminar provided by Hicks-Carter-Hicks, LLC, on November 29, 2018, in Richmond Heights.  The complimentary seminar, Are Policies and Training Enough in the Age of #MeToo?,  will cover tips, tools, and techniques for creating a workplace that is free from harassment and bullying.  For more information and to register, please visit
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Legal Presentations, Labor and Employment, 2018, Margaret A. Hesse

Jim Layton to Address U.S. Supreme Court Decision at Federal Bar Association Program

Jim Layton will join University of Missouri Professor Carl Esbeck on Thursday, July 12, in speaking about a religion case decided by the U.S. Supreme Court on June 4, 2018: Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The program is a sequel to one presented last year by Jim and Professor Esbeck regarding Trinity Lutheran
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Legal Presentations, Appellate Practice, 2018, James R. Layton

Melanie Gurley Keeney presented at the Corporate Council Institute sponsored by the Association of Corporate Council

Melanie Gurley Keeney chaired a panel presentation on “What You Need to Know About Employing Foreign Nationals Under the Current Administration.”  Mollie Hennessee of Tueth Keeney also participated in the panel presentation. The Association of Corporate Council St. Louis is the preeminent organization serving in-house counsel in the St. Louis area. Immigration – The Firm represents businesses, institutions of higher learning, and
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Legal Presentations, Immigration Law, 2018, Melanie Gurley Keeney

Firm Shareholder Celynda Brasher Presents at the 2018 MSBA Leadership Summit

Attorneys from Tueth Keeney are often in demand for their expertise in school law and employment matters. On Saturday, June 2nd, Firm Shareholder Celynda Brasher will speak at the 2018 MSBA Leadership Summit being held at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach. Celynda’s presentation, entitled “Negotiating Administrator Contracts” will identify the components of a quality administrator
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Legal Presentations, Missouri Education Law, 2018, Celynda L. Brasher

Melanie Gurley Keeney presented Webinar for National Council of School Attorneys

Melanie Gurley Keeney recently presented a webinar entitled “Employment Discrimination Caselaw Update.”  She presented an update of cutting-edge cases in employment discrimination that have followed since the en banc 7th Circuit found a sexual orientation discrimination claim to be cognizable under Title VII. The National Council of School Attorneys (COSA) provides information and practical assistance
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Legal Presentations, Missouri Education Law, 2018, Melanie Gurley Keeney