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Judge George W. Draper III

Wrong Judge George W. Draper III?

Judge

Local Address: Missouri, United States
 
Background

Education

  • Howard University School of Law
  • undergraduate degree
    Morehouse College
104 Total References
Web References
Professional & Management Liability | Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice L.L.C.
www.bscr-law.com, 29 April 2014 [cached]
In a 5-2 decision written by Judge George W. Draper III, the Missouri Supreme Court rejected the 'exclusive causation' standard and replaced it with the "contributing factor" standard. On remand and in future cases, the jury must determine whether the plaintiff's filing of a workers' compensation claim was a "contributing factor" to his or her discharge.
Judge George Draper did not ...
connie.scanews.com, 21 Nov 2013 [cached]
Judge George Draper did not participate in the ruling.
"Discrimination against an employee for ...
www.examiner.net, 15 April 2014 [cached]
"Discrimination against an employee for exercising his or her rights under the workers' compensation law is just as illegal, insidious, and reprehensible as discrimination under the MHRA" or Missouri Human Rights Act, the Supreme Court said in an opinion written by Judge George Draper III.
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Page 2 of 2 - Draper wrote that the law's wording barring discrimination "in any way" against an employee who files a workers' compensation claim is more in line with it being a contributing factor rather an exclusive one.
"Discrimination against an employee for ...
www.newstribune.com, 15 April 2014 [cached]
"Discrimination against an employee for exercising his or her rights under the workers' compensation law is just as illegal, insidious, and reprehensible as discrimination under the MHRA" or Missouri Human Rights Act, the Supreme Court said in an opinion written by Judge George Draper III.
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Draper wrote that the law's wording barring discrimination "in any way" against an employee who files a workers' compensation claim is more in line with it being a contributing factor rather an exclusive one.
Discrimination against an employee for ...
www.kansascity.com, 15 April 2014 [cached]
Discrimination against an employee for exercising his or her rights under the workers compensation law is just as illegal, insidious and reprehensible as discrimination under the MHRA, the Missouri Human Rights Act, the Supreme Court said in an opinion written by Judge George Draper III.
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Draper wrote that the laws wording barring discrimination in any way against an employee who files a workers compensation claim is more in line with it being a contributing factor rather an exclusive one.
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