Administrative Law and Licensing

HB 255 – Private Attorney Retention Act. Establishes the Private Attorney Retention Act which specifies the procedures state agencies or agents must follow when retaining a lawyer or law firm to perform legal services under certain conditions.

HCS HB 265 / SB 325 – Notification of employers of license discipline status. Requires any board, commission, committee, council, or office in the Division of Professional Registration to notify any known current employer of a change in a licensee’s license or discipline status.

HB 488Driver’s examinations. Requires driver’s license examinations to only be administered in English and establishes a $15 fee for an applicant to take the written portion of the examination.

HB 524 / SB 395 – Regulation of bail bond agents. Changes the laws regarding the regulation of bail bond agents; prohibits employees, contractors or volunteers of a court or law enforcement agency from being licensed as a bail bond agent; increases training requirements for licensure; prohibits felons from making an application for licensure; other regulations and provisions.

Support concept of appropriate regulation of the bail bond industry.

HCS HB 697 / SB 350 – Automatic termination of administrative rules. Specifies that any administrative rule proposed, adopted, or amended by a state agency after August 28, 2011, must automatically terminate six years after its effective date.

HB 732 / SB 303 – Disciplinary and administrative procedures. Changes the laws regarding disciplinary and administrative procedures applying to professions and businesses regulated by the Division of Professional Registration.

SB 403 – Appeals of environmental commission cases. (See Environmental & Energy Law)

Index of Bills by Subject Matter

Key
  • CCS - Conference Committee Substitute
  • HB - House Bill
  • HCS - House Committee Substitute
  • HS - House Substitute
  • HJR - House Joint Resolution
  • SB - Senate Bill
  • SCS - Senate Committee Substitute
  • SS - Senate Substitute
  • SJR - Senate Joint Resolution
  • * - Missouri Bar Committee-Drafted Legislation

Administrative Law/Licensing 
Agricultural & Animal Law 
Business Law 
Commercial Law 
Construction Law 
Criminal Law 
Education Law 
Elder Law 
Environmental & Energy Law 
Family & Juvenile Law 
Health & Hospital Law 
Immigration Law 
Insurance Law 
Judicial Administration 
Labor & Employment Law 
Local & State Government/Election Law 
Media Law 
Military & Veterans Law 
Poverty Law 
Probate & Trust Law 
Property Law 
Sports & Entertainment Law 
Taxation Law 
Technology & Computer Law 
Tort Law 
Transportation Law 
Workers' Compensation Law