At Randles & Splittgerber we believe that actions speak louder than words. That is why we strive to garner the best possible outcomes for our clients – no matter how simple or complex the case.
Examples of our most recent achievements on behalf of clients include:
Mays v. Tuscany Bistro, LLC. d/b/a Café at Briarcliff Village, et al., Respondents
Randles & Splittgerber successfully defended local restaurant Tuscany Bistro in a case involving claims of sexual harassment and retaliation filed by a former employee. The employee filed claims against the café and its head chef for violating the Missouri Human Rights Act. The trial court dismissed the case with prejudice and awarded sanctions against the former employee after a full evidentiary hearing because she had failed to produce documents and text records that the court ordered her to produce. The former employee appealed the dismissal and sanctions and, after oral argument, the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District affirmed this judgment.
Wilburn, et al. v. Freedom Bonding, Inc., et al.
Randles & Splittgerber successfully defended Freedom Bonding, Inc., from plaintiffs’ claims of invasion of privacy, assault and false imprisonment. The plaintiffs sought compensatory damages against the company on all three claims. At trial, the jury unanimously ruled in favor of our client on all counts.
Canady v. Cooper
Randles & Splittgerber successfully defended Cooper from alleged claims of battery, false imprisonment and trespassing. A jury in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Mo., ruled in favor of the firm’s client on all counts.