Monthly Archives: July 2017
Missouri courts have stated that a court’s decision regarding a motion for summary judgment, whether it is denied or approved, is not appealable. Since they are not appealable, it is important to respond to a motion for summary judgment as … Continue reading
Cisco Systems, Inc. has announced that it will be laying off another 1,100 employees due to declining revenue. If you have declining revenue and need some advice, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at Hoorfarlaw.com.
A Missouri court has ruled that if a student is tardy or late, the student should not be subjected to a search of their body or property. A school should only search a student if there is some neutral policy … Continue reading
The retailer Eddie Bauer has hired investment banks in order to explore strategies to avoid bankruptcy. If you have a store that is closing and need some guidance, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at Hoorfarlaw.com.
When in a Missouri associate circuit court, Missouri Statute 517.061 allows a party to request a change of judge as long as the request is made five (5) days or more before the date of the trial. If you are … Continue reading
A Missouri man was recently granted a license to be a real estate salesperson despite having previous convictions for a DUI, possession of marijuana, and an unlawful use of a firearm. If you need help clearing up your criminal past, … Continue reading
The IRS has recently filed a tax lien against Floyd Mayweather for over $22 million. This just proves that no on escapes the tax man, not even celebrities. If you are in tax trouble and need some help, contact our … Continue reading
During the cold war, a forerunner in the preparation movement decided to build himself a nuclear fallout shelter. He then tried to offset the expense with a tax deduction, claiming the cost as a deduction for preventative medicine. The IRS … Continue reading
Not all family expenses are deductible. One gentleman in New Jersey discovered this when he tried to deduct “a bubble of pure air”. He was fed up with the poor quality of the northern New Jersey air and tried to … Continue reading