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Lynne Haggerman & Associates LLC owner Lynne Haggerman goes over recent law changes.

SBJ interviews the partner at Kirkland Woods & Martinsen LLP.

A case filed in the United States District Court-Southern District of New York pits the 9,000-member Authors Guild, the nation’s oldest professional organization for writers, against OpenAI Inc. and its for-profit subsidiary OpenAI LP, owner of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, engineering, government, health care and law.

Philip Russell Turner is ordered to pay restitution and could face jail time.

The Rogersville chamber is operating the office after winning the contract this summer.

Bidding interest is low among busy contractors.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Trusted Advisers event honors 20 businesspeople.

The owner of Ozarks Elder Law is seeking the seat currently held by Vivek Malek.

Dennis Cleveland's company illegally polluted the area with its tow trucks, according to federal officials.

Attorney Stephen F. Aton: "The asset protection trust strategy works best when there is time to plan in advance."

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, engineering, health care, law and sports.

Challenges are anticipated for nationwide Department of Labor proposal.

Although it’s been five years since a partial repeal of the state’s prevailing wage law was signed into law, frustration in the construction industry over the formula used to calculate it persists.

Board that unanimously approved the controversial site votes 7-0 to scrap the plan.

Judge Kelly Broniec, of St. Louis, is selected over Springfield Judge Ginger Gooch and another finalist.

Six are selected in local congressional district, though results are pending an eligibility review, official says.

City officials say they have identified establishments that are shirking licensing requirements.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, law and nonprofit.

Council is asked to approve utility’s request for electric rate hikes in each of next three years.

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