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Safety 101: Business Email Compromise

May 29, 2018

Article by Det. Trent Koppell As a member of the St. Louis Electronic Crimes Task Force I recently went to a Fraud Task Force Meeting and became educated on the newest fraud trends affecting our area. At this particular meeting the topic was Business Email Compromise also known as BEC. So, what is BEC? It […]

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Apps to Help Simplify Travel

May 29, 2018

Article by Bill Clevlen Are you old enough to remember the days when road trips across America meant using giant maps that nobody could ever re-fold? If so, you’re probably thrilled with today’s technology that lets you use GPS to enhance your travel experiences. From avoiding toll roads to finding a place to crash for […]

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Legal 101 Dunn Deal: Spring Cleaning Your RFP

May 29, 2018

Article by Barbara F. Dunn O’Neal, Esq. Partner: Barnes & Thornburg LLP It’s that time of year for Spring cleaning. And while most of us should be tackling cleaning out our closets or basements, one often overlooked document for cleaning is the request for proposal (RFP) document organizations distribute for their meetings and events. If […]

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Transportation Spotlight: Hyperloop – Business in the Really fast lane

March 26, 2018

Article By Astrid Zeppenfield Back in May of 2015, CNN asked: “Why can’t America have high-speed trains?”. The article from May 4, 2015, concluded that, with the geography of this country being so vast, it does not lend itself to building an extensive rail system, except for in populated areas; think major East or West […]

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Why Training Means a lot to Millenials

December 20, 2017

Article By Evan Hackel When baby boomers took their first “real” jobs upon entering the workforce, their demands and expectations were ridiculously low by today’s standards. On their first day on the job they got an employee handbook that they took home and scanned while eating dinner or watching TV. Company training, if there was […]

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“Let’s Get Together: Top 5 Legal Considerations for Hosting Joint Meetings”

December 19, 2017

Article By Barbara F. Dunn O’Neal Fans of the movie, “The Parent Trap” (both the original and remake versions) will remember the song, “Let’s get together…yeah…yeah….yeah.” Well for many organizations, getting together to host their meetings and expositions is a smart business idea. Whether it is to answer the call of exhibitors which exhibit at […]

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UPDATE: Loop Trolley Receives Federal Approval for Next Phase

November 20, 2017

Following authorization recently received from the Federal Transit Administration, an important phase of the Loop Trolley’s start-up activities is set to commence immediately. Beginning Monday, November 20th and continuing through mid-January, trolley vehicles will be in active use along the full 2.2 mile trolley alignment – from Delmar/Kingsland in University City to the Missouri History […]

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Don’t be a Drone Dummy, Be a Legal Eagle!

August 23, 2017

Article By Det. Trent Koppel Is it a bird, is it a plane, or could it be both? A little too cliché for you? Well the truth is the answer could in fact be both! Funny thing is… drones have similarities of both a bird and a plane! Keeping this in mind, have you ever […]

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