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Mr. Hey represents the interests of city governments and the interests of management in all areas of labor and employment law. His experience includes representation of several Missouri municipalities as well as restaurants, manufacturers, insurance companies, and mass transit companies. Mr. Hey has litigated before state, federal, and administrative courts throughout the country and has substantial experience in litigating disputes involving arbitration agreements.
Mr. Hey routinely advises municipal clients on a wide range of employment and labor law, including general questions related to municipal law and the Missouri Sunshine Act. Prior to joining McMahon Berger, Mr. Hey held the title of City Attorney for several Missouri municipalities.
Mr. Hey advocates for his clients in all facets of employment law, including employment discrimination claims under Title VII and the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, the American with Disabilities Act, and the Family Medical Leave Act. He is involved in litigating employment discrimination claims as well as investigating and responding on behalf of management to employee claims before administrative agencies. Mr. Hey’s practice also includes drafting personnel language for city employee handbooks, employment contracts, and severance agreements.
Truman State University
University of Missouri, Columbia
Admitted To Practice
- State of Missouri
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
- United States District Court, Western District of Missouri
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On April 25, 2018, the Missouri Supreme Court heard oral arguments in R.M.A. v. Blue Springs R-IV School District that could have far-reaching implications for...
In light of the growing number of states that have enacted legislation addressing the use of medical marijuana (see chart), employers should be aware of...
The City of St. Louis enacted an ordinance on August 28, 2015, designed to increase the minimum wage for employees working within the physical boundaries...
It will take months before American voters learn how their election of Donald J. Trump will reshape national employment and labor laws, but here are...