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Ad for Accountability Website Rejected by Arkansas Bar Association Magazine

Ad for Accountability Website Rejected by Arkansas Bar Association Magazine
The Arkansas Bar Association said it had several concerns about running an advertisement in its Arkansas Lawyer magazine for JudicialRatings.com. Sam Perroni (top right), board president of the American Foundation for Judicial Accountability, says "the site is not designed for popularity contests."

A website set up by a North Little Rock nonprofit hopes to improve the job performance of Arkansas judges by asking attorneys and litigants to rate them anonymously.
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Startup Apptegy Aims to Improve School Communication

Apptegy, the Little Rock startup from Jeston George, has meshed all school communication channels into one platform.
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Hard Drives Not His To Take, Receiver Says About John Rogers

Perhaps you heard the security protocol recently was revamped at the Sports Cards Plus complex in North Little Rock. The change in who has access and how they gain access followed an “unlawful” visit just before midnight on Saturday, Aug. 22, by alleged serial fraudster John Rogers, former owner of the business.
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