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Howard Brill Questions Legal Ethics of GoFundMe

Howard Brill Questions Legal Ethics of GoFundMe
Howard W. Brill made an ethics presentation recently questioning the propriety of lawyers’ use of GoFundMe.

Howard Brill, the renowned University of Arkansas School of Law professor, told a group of attorneys last week that he was troubled by a case involving a Little Rock lawyer who started a GoFundMe campaign to fund a lawsuit.
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Deepwater Horizon Sparks Suit Against Law Firm Suing Its Insurance Company This article is available only in print.

A Eureka Springs law firm is suing its insurance carrier for not footing the bill to battle a lawsuit.
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Hot Trailer Touches Off PAM Transport Lawsuit This article is available only in print.

PAM Transport Inc. of Tontitown is seeking to recoup money for a trailer that was stolen and later caught on fire.
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After Court's Order, Leslie Rutledge Approves Wording for Ballot Measures

Arkansas' attorney general has approved the wording for ballot measures that would raise the minimum wage, legalize casinos and change the redistricting process. That's after the state Supreme Court ordered her to certify the wage-hike proposal. read more >

Lawsuits Seek Removal of Arkansas Ten Commandments Display

Opponents of a Ten Commandments display at the Arkansas state Capitol are suing to have the monument removed, arguing it's an unconstitutional endorsement of religion by government. read more >

Bitter, Expensive Fight for Arkansas Court Seat to Drag On

A bitter and expensive fight for an Arkansas Supreme Court seat that drew more than $1 million in outside spending and a flurry of attack ads will drag on for another six months. read more >

Divided Supreme Court Rules for Businesses over Workers

The Supreme Court says employers can prohibit their workers from banding together to complain about pay and conditions in the workplace. read more >

75 Largest Private Companies in Arkansas Combine for $38.9B This article is available only in print.

Revenue at Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield topped $2.5 billion last year, a milestone achieved by only one other company in the 30 years that Arkansas Business has been ranking private companies by revenue. read more >

Arkansas Sees 1.1 Percent Increase in GDP

Real gross domestic product grew in 47 states and the District of Columbia in 2017, averaging 2.1 percent nationally, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. read more >

Stay Suspicious II (Editorial)

Judge Doug Martin's failure to recuse himself from Courtney Goodson's case at the start undercuts faith in the judicial system and is just as worrisome as the dark money seeking to influence the Supreme Court election. read more >

Citizens Bank Promotes Two to Retail Branch Manager (NEA Movers & Shakers)

Melissa Wood has been promoted to retail branch manager for Citizens Bank at the Eagle Mountain branch in Batesville and Scott Shelby has been promoted to retail branch manager in Imboden. read more >

2 Arkansas Judges Issue Contradictory Orders On Election Ads

Arkansas judges issued contradictory orders Friday on efforts to halt a conservative group's attack ad against a state Supreme Court justice, with one judge ordering several stations to stop airing the spot and another judge allowing other stations to run it. read more >

More Ads Bashing Arkansas Justice Seeking Re-election Halted

A second Arkansas judge has prevented TV stations from airing a conservative group's ad attacking a state Supreme Court justice who is running for re-election. read more >

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