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Matt Campbell Lawsuit Against Facebook Advances

Matt Campbell Lawsuit Against Facebook Advances

Little Rock lawyer and blogger Matt Campbell's lawsuit against Facebook cleared a big hurdle this week when a federal judge in California granted in part a motion to certify it as a class action.
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Arkansas Court Rejects Lawsuit Over Campaign Finance Measure

The Arkansas Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit challenging the attorney general's decision to reject the wording of a ballot measure that would impose new campaign finance and ethics restrictions on elected officials.
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Main Street Lofts Asks for Clarification in Arbitration

Before a general contractor's foreclosure action begins, Main Street Lofts LLC and Main Street South LLC asked an arbitrator to split the $896,756 award for unpaid work between properties.
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Arkansas Court: Taxes Due From Builders of Water Plant

The Arkansas Supreme Court says a Kansas company that built an elaborate system to treat water from the Illinois River for use by the city of Russellville isn't entitled to claim tax exemptions on some equipment it bought for the job.
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Asa Hutchinson III Arrested at Alabama Music Festival

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Trial Set for June 1 for Former One Bank Execs

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Arkansas Seeks to Resume Executions as Drug Expiration Nears

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Leslie Rutledge Asks Court to Dismiss Suit Over Ethics Measure

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Former Fort Smith Insurance Agent Indicted for Investment Fraud

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Developer Brandon Woodrome Accused of $6 Million Loan Fraud

Rioux Capital of Austin, Texas, charges northwest Arkansas developer Brandon Woodrome with committing fraud. read more >

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. last week settled its lawsuit against the accounting firm BKD LLP, just days before the trial was scheduled to begin in U.S. District Court in Little Rock. read more >

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