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Law firm claims Missouri did not pay out incentives

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San Francisco law firm Littler Mendelson alleges the state of Missouri did not pay promised incentives for creating new jobs in Kansas City.

Littler Mendelson sued the Missouri Department of Economic Development, claiming the firm faces “immediate and irreparable harm" to the tune of as much as $1.5 million.

State officials say the company committed to create 476 jobs, for which it would receive nearly $14 million in state withholding taxes and tax credits. In the suit, Littler Mendelson claims it planned to create 270 jobs, with a future possible expansion of 200 positions.

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