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Out-of-State Worker Can't Maintain Tort Suit Against Supervisor

Thursday, May 28, 2020 | 166 | 0 | 317 min read

The Missouri Court of Appeals ruled that an out-of-state employee could not maintain a tort claim against her supervisor for her injuries from an in-state car crash. Case: Hill v. Freedman, Nos. WD82657 and WD82771, 05/19/2020, published. Facts: Tonda Hill worked for the University of Kansas School of Law. Her supervisor was Steven Freedman. In January 2014, Freedman drove himself and Hill to a work-related event at a law firm in Kansas City, Missouri. During the drive, Freedman allegedly began yelling at Hill about an upcoming speaker panel. After the vehicle entered the law firm’s ...

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