Baker Sterchi Member David Eisenberg is quoted in a recent St. Louis Record article “Supreme Court ruling paves way for GOP clerk to resume duties at Lincoln County courthouse” regarding the Missouri Supreme Court’s reversal of a circuit court’s judgment which denied an elected circuit court clerk’s request for injunctive relief.
Eisenberg notes “what’s surprising about the case is that something resembling open warfare had broken out between the circuit clerk and the presiding judge in that judicial district” and adds that although court professionals view themselves as parties who should be above the political fray, “quite the opposite was happening at the Lincoln County Courthouse.”
Eisenberg has over thirty years of experience representing Fortune 100 and other companies in employment and labor law matters, consumer and general business litigation, and appellate litigation. He is the Editor of Baker Sterchi’s Missouri, Employment & Labor, and Product Liability blogs and has served on the Editorial Board of the ABA Appellate Practice Committee, and on that Committee’s Appellate Rules subcommittee.
The St. Louis Record, a publication of the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, covers the legal system, focusing on civil actions in the St. Louis area.
Attorneys: David M. Eisenberg
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