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According to Beck, none of the players submitted specific enough information detailing their injuries. While the players seeking compensation called these injuries “cumulative” and occurring in various cities and states, the several injuries were not enough to overcome the required specificity.
California provides workers’ compensation to temporary employees.
The Chiefs organization and the NFL Management Council [...]
Enterprise Financial runs wealth management and commercial banking businesses in Kansas City, St. Louis, and Phoenix, focusing on privately held businesses, their families, executives, and professionals.
Heeter served as Senior Partner at Polsinelli Shughart in Kansas City. As its Director of Business Affairs and Licensing, she served as chief executive and legal officer for the Major League Baseball Players Association. Heeter worked as Senior Attorney to Hallmark Cards, Inc. as well.
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Depositions begin this week in a suit brought by former Chief’s employees alleging age discrimination as the cause of their dismissal from the embattled organization.
Kansas City attorney Lewis Galloway of LG Law will represent plaintiff Steve Cox in his suit.
According to the Kansas City Star: Three of the Chiefs’ former high-ranking staffers — former community-relations director Brenda Sniezek, former controller Larry Clemmons and former maintenance manager Steve Cox — have sued the organization for age discrimination. In Sniezek’s suit, filed in December, she alleged that she overheard Pioli telling a coworker that he planned to [...]