Sometimes, we hear from workers that their employer has a “policy” of not paying overtime, or that their employer will only pay them for an eight hour day even if the worker is at work for longer than that. If you are a qualified worker under the Fair Labor Standards Act, you can use federal law to recover unpaid... Read More
I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri in a family of five and graduated from DeSmet Jesuit High School in 1995. I attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, where I was a Bright Flight Scholar and an Honors College Ambassador. I studied classics, art history, philosophy, mathematics and business courses. In addition to my academic studies, I learned blues guitar,... Read More
I am the oldest of three boys born to a family practice doctor and a nurse in St. Louis, Missouri. I grew up playing team sports including football, basketball and baseball. At age 13, I traveled to Japan and participated in an international baseball tournament. I attended Lafayette High School where I played quarterback for the football team and... Read More
Ross & Voytas, LLC is a St. Louis, Missouri law firm with more than thirty years of combined experience in civil litigation and mediation. The attorneys at Ross & Voytas are licensed in Missouri and Illinois. Nate Ross is a certified mediator in Missouri. Both Nate Ross and Rick Voytas have represented business clients in mediations where the stakes... Read More
We have handled many civil cases in Missouri. In each case, we work to establish the two components we need to win: liability and damages. The jury determines that a company or person is “liable” for a bad act when the jury finds the company or person to be the proximate cause of the bad act. Once liability is... Read More
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