Lauren James, First Security Reach Settlement in Lawsuit

Lauren James, First Security Reach Settlement in Lawsuit
Lauren and Lance Stokes started the Lauren James Co. in Fayetteville in 2013. Several settled suits tell a complex version of the brand's founding, one that differs from company lore.

First Security Bank of Searcy last week settled its lawsuit against Lauren James Enterprises Inc. of Fayetteville, ending a legal battle that included allegations that the women's clothing company conducted a sham foreclosure sale in August to avoid paying the bank.
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