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The Pathway - College asks judge for summary judgment
Clyde Farris, an attorney representing the college, filed the motion on July 7.
said in the motion "Wherefore, since there are no material facts in dispute and because Missouri Baptist College
is entitled to a partial summary judgment as a matter of law, Missouri Baptist College
prays for finding and judgment that Missouri Baptist College
does not have members,".
sees nothing risky about the motion.It only seeks a ruling from the court on whether Missouri Baptist College
"It's not risky," Farris
...Farris is a partner in the St. Louis-based Copeland, Thompson & Farris, P.C. law firm, but this is his first public involvement with the case.He said he would serve as the trial attorney for the college as the case continues.
Word and Way - Hearing might settle who can represent messengers
MBU attorney Clyde Farris reminded the judge that the MBC Constitution does not require board members to be messengers.
Clyde Farris, attorney for ...
Clyde Farris, attorney for Missouri Baptist College agreed with Shoemake and argued that a donor could not enforce a promise to have a seat on the board.
...When pressed by the judge, Farris said that a donor who had been promised a seat on the board but then denied his seat might be entitled to get his gift back, even if he can't prevent charter changes.
Clyde C. ...
Clyde C. Farris
Copeland Thompson Farris PC, Clayton, MO
The City Paper - Smart, Fast, Free
Clyde Farris, attorney for MBU, said in an interview Wednesday he expects a decision by early 2007.
"Missouri Baptist University
would be very satisfied if the convention, as it has, would just cut off its funding," Farris
said, defending the 3,600-student school.