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Educator alleges wrongful termination due to complaints

The vast majority of people in Missouri and across the country who go into the field of education do so because they are dedicated to helping students. Unfortunately, some educators are often put into the uncomfortable position of speaking up against certain practices of the school system, even though it means confronting their employer. In fact, a woman in another states claims she was the victim of wrongful termination after she advocated for special education students.

Not complying with noncompete agreement leads to business dispute

After creating a business and working hard to gain success, many Missouri company owners want to do their best to ensure that their businesses do not face unnecessary setbacks. In some cases, employers may require certain contracts, such as non-compete agreements, in order to ensure that employees do not have the opportunity to help competitors get ahead. Of course, these agreements are not always foolproof as employees may violate the terms, causing a business dispute.

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