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Construction / Legal

FAB&T Seeks $5.7M Judgment Against Wright’s Cabinets

The Jacksonville bank filed a lawsuit in May against Wright’s Cabinets and its related company RDH Cabinets LLC, seeking a judgment of $5.7 million for allegedly defaulting on loans. read more >
Quinten Whiteside, chief operations officer of Wright Lindsey Jennings LLP
Legal

Quinten Whiteside Named COO of Wright Lindsey Jennings

Whiteside, who joined the law firm in 2015 and was elected a partner in 2021, succeeds Adrienne Baker in the role. read more >
Brandon Middleton, a lead attorney with WLJ Tech Law, a practice group of the Wright Lindsey Jennings law firm of Little Rock and Rogers.
Business Services / Investments / Legal / Small Business

WLJ Tech Law to Serve StartupsLock Icon

Wright Lindsey Jennings adds practice group versed in needs of new businesses. read more >
Quapaw House, seen here on Grand Avenue in Hot Springs, owed $1.9 million for unpaid payroll taxes in 2019. It also is also being sued by employees who haven’t been paid recently.
Banking & Finance / Health Care / Legal / Nonprofits

Quapaw House CEO Faces $1.2M JudgmentLock Icon

The former CEO of Quapaw House Inc., the troubled Hot Springs drug and alcohol treatment provider that is no longer operating, recently was hit with a $1.2 million default judgment. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Legal

Tree of Life Wins Case After Defendant DisappearsLock Icon

A U.S. District Court judge recently awarded $1.6 million to a North Little Rock company after the company it sued failed to talk to its own attorneys or be involved in court proceedings. read more >
Quapaw House, seen here on Grand Avenue in Hot Springs, owed $1.9 million for unpaid payroll taxes in 2019. It also is also being sued by employees who haven’t been paid recently.
Banking & Finance / Health Care / Legal / Nonprofits

Quapaw House Insolvent, Former Receiver Says

Quapaw House Inc., the troubled Hot Springs drug and alcohol treatment provider, has no employees, no open locations and no receiver nowadays, a lawyer for the company says, though it does have more than $13 million in debt. read more >
The former APEX Tool facility at 1609 Old Missouri Road in Springdale. (Parcel lines approximate, courtesy Washington County Assessor.)
Manufacturing / Real Estate

Canceled Sale of Apex Property Spurs Suit Against Larry BreedenLock Icon

A North Carolina company has filed a lawsuit against Van Buren car dealer Larry Breeden in Washington County Circuit Court alleging that Breeden breached an agreement to purchase an industrial building in Springdale in May 2018. read more >
Stephen Lancaster, Adrienne Baker
Legal

WLJ Law Firm Names New Managing Partner, First Female COO

Wright Lindsey Jennings announced Monday that attorney Stephen Lancaster has been elected by the partnership to serve as managing partner, effective Jan. 1, 2018. read more >
Attorney Joel Hargis said the Methenys wanted to pay the bill for their son’s care at Neurological Rehabilitation Living Center (inset), but couldn’t because they didn’t have access to the money in his trust. | (Photo by Michael Pirnique)
Health Care / Insurance / Investments / Legal

Neurological Caretaker Gets $2.1M Judgment as Family of Former Patient Points Fingers

After a two-year federal court fight that involved a trip to bankruptcy court, a Virginia rehabilitation center earlier this month was finally paid $2.1 million for providing five years of care to an Arkansan injured when a surgeon operated on the wrong side of his brain in 2004. read more >