Monthly Archives: April 2014

State of Kansas v. Stevenson: The Supreme Court of Kansas rules that the odor of alcohol, alone, does not establish the probable cause needed to search a vehicle

The Fourth Amendment protects us from unreasonable searches and seizures.  In Kansas, courts view any search conducted without a warrant as unreasonable per se under the Fourth Amendment, unless the State can fit the search into one of the recognized … Continue reading

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Piercing the Corporate Veil in Missouri: Personal Liability for Corporate Shareholders and LLC Members

The subject of piercing the corporate veil to attain personal liability against corporate shareholders and LLC members in Missouri is a frequent topic of conversation in our business-transactions and business-litigation law practice at The Flynn Law Firm.   The most fundamental premise … Continue reading

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