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Former Beebe Chief of Staff Morril Harriman Joins Mitchell Williams

by Arkansas Business Staff 4/13/2015 12:00 am

Morril Harriman has joined the law firm of Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard PLLC as counsel in the firm’s Little Rock office. Harriman has 25 years of experience in private practice law and 16 years of service in the Arkansas Senate.

Attorney Marshall Ney Switches From Mitchell Williams to Friday Eldredge & Clark

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/9/2015 12:00 am

Marshall S. Ney, who had been with the Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard PLLC firm of Little Rock off and on for about 20 years, started working at the Roger’s office of Friday Eldredge & Clark LLP in December.

Who Owns The Rights To Wal-Mart’s Photographs?

by Mark Friedman 5/26/2014 12:00 am

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has sued a Fayetteville photography studio, claiming it owns the rights to photos taken of Sam Walton and his family. Both Wal-Mart Stores Inc. of Bentonville and Helen Huff of Fayetteville can agree that her husband, David Huff, and his father, Robert Huff, both now deceased, took dozens of photos of the retailer’s founder, Sam Walton, and his family.

Mitchell Williams Firm Opens Office in Jonesboro

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/8/2014 8:11 am

Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard PLLC of Little Rock opens a new office in at 100 East Huntington in Jonesboro.

Internal Investigations Mean Big Money for Law Firms

by Mark Friedman 6/10/2013 12:00 am

The winners in internal investigations of companies are the attorneys and the accountants who are hired to do the work. The work has become big business for the firms handling the investigations.

Mitchell Williams Names Rick Beard Managing Director

by Mark Friedman 3/11/2013 12:00 am

Beard, 66, replaces Harry Hamlin, who served six years in that position. Hamlin will remain at the law firm and handle its business practice, specializing in commercial transactions.

Economy, Technology Bring Work to Vacations

by Luke Jones 9/3/2012 12:00 am

Technology and the economy have conspired to bring work to employees at any time and at any place. Even on vacation. Arkansas Business takes a look at the always-on, always-connected work world, and how and why we got there.

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