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What are your hobbies?
Skiing, backpacking, home construction, and construction in general. It depends on the season and my availability. In past years I have done both Habitat for Humanity and Christmas in October, when I can. I help others with all sorts of projects. I work on my own house, my lake cabin, and another lake cabin I helped to build. A lot of my weekends are spent on construction projects.
I also write songs and play the guitar. It is more of a hobby, because I am not a musician, which would make things easier. I have had [...]
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Kansas City attorney Brian Finucane, partner at Kansas City’s Fisher & Phillips LLP office, recently advised that freedom of speech in the workplace maybe less free than one might assume.
While freedom of speech maybe more expansive for government workers, those same freedoms do no necessarily extend to the private-sector.
The powers of an employer to limit political speech range from a complete prohibition of political discussion to allowing only one point of view to be discussed. An employee may be fired for her support of a candidate or position. At-will workplaces open the door to discipline or firings for [...]
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Polsinelli Shughart shareholder Robert Hingula found a way to enjoy life outside of the law and spend time with family, too.
Hingula starts as character Tommy in “The Who’s Tommy,” featured this month at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City.
Hingula’s daughter, Darcie Hingula, stars as Tommy, too, although a younger version.
Congratulate Mr. Hingula at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
According to the Shawnee Dispatch: “Tommy” opened earlier this month at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, and the production’s final series of shows will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Saturday, with a [...]
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