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An online post also accuses Norman’s Bridal of denying business to a same-sex couple.

Columnist Lynne Haggerman gives an update on laws.

Springfield Business Journal discusses trends in the law industry with local attorneys.

Attorney Andy Peebles: “When planning for the distribution of your property to the next generation, a frequently overlooked but vitally important category to consider are your digital assets.”

It’s been a busy fall for Lori Rook after a staff shakeup and the addition of a business division to her elder law practice.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court debates the civil rights matter.

Parking concerns are raised by council and residents.

City Council has heard five cases since January.

The former private practice attorney becomes a Greene County circuit judge.

Voters narrowly blocked the sexual orientation and gender identity protections in 2015.

“Legal talks” are ongoing related to the shuttering of a Las Vegas restaurant, an official says.

Business email compromise scams have bilked almost $3.1 billion from businesses since 2016.

After buying out the independent pharmacy, J.M. Smith Corp. appoints the legacy management team over 11 East Coast stores.

A Romanian national is headed to prison for stealing customer information from bank ATMs.

The man claims he had to have shoulder surgery after an accident.

The governing body also reviews a $10 million project.

Pamela Van Drie previously was convicted for running multiple fraud schemes with her husband.

Adam Woody faces three charges related to his defense of a murder case.

An emeritus professor and former NASA engineer also are scheduled to be inducted this month.

Brad Bradshaw declines to say whether a payment plan has been set up with the IRS.

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